World Literature Compare and Contrast Essay

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Essay 3 is 25% of your final grade. The essay portion must be at least 2,000 words long and submitted in hard copy. Essay 3 will be graded based on the argumentative essay rubric handed out at the beginning of the semester which all essays have been graded against: ideas, structure, research, and grammar.

Your essay must reference at least 3 peer-reviewed critical sources on your topic of choice. These sources must be published by a University Press or a peer-reviewed academic journal and must be correctly cited using MLA style. You essay must also analyze at least 6 quotes from each of your primary sources.

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ESSAY 3 ASSIGNMENT: Wole Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horsemen ENG 2206 – World Literature II DESCRIPTION Throughout this course, we have emphasized the important differences between genres, time periods, and subject matter as a critical part of reading and writing about literature. However, there are also important similarities between genres, time periods, and subject matter that connect disparate sources to each other and craft a coherent narrative for the development of literature over the past 400 years. Your task in the final essay of the course will be to evaluate these similarities and differences within the context of one central argument about the history of literature from 1600 C.E. through today. Although you will use research to ground your reading of the two texts you choose to compare and contrast, since you are making an original argument based on your interpretation of these texts, the majority of your evidence will come from the texts themselves. ASSESSMENT Essay 3 is 25% of your final grade. The essay portion must be at least 2,000 words long and submitted in hard copy. Essay 3 will be graded based on the argumentative essay rubric handed out at the beginning of the semester which all essays have been graded against: ideas, structure, research, and grammar. Your essay must reference at least 3 peer-reviewed critical sources on your topic of choice. These sources must be published by a University Press or a peer-reviewed academic journal and must be correctly cited using MLA style. You essay must also analyze at least 6 quotes from each of your primary sources. TOPICS Your essay must compare and contrast one source from the first half of the course and one source from the second half of the source. The list of potential sources is as follows: Part A: Part B: Wu Cheng’en, The Journey to the West Wole Soyinka, Death and the King’s Horseman Jonathan Swift, Gulliver’s Travels Moliere, Tartuffe ...
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