Oto Gordon draft_Wk3.docx
ENG125 - Types of Conflicts Found in Literature.pdf
ENG125 - Literary Works.pdf
ENG125 - Literary Techniques.pdf
Thesis is found in draft wk3. the text or short stories is found in literary works.
For this literary analysis, write a 1250- to 1600-word essay in which you do the following:
List of Literary Works
- Revise/develop the thesis from Week Three based
on the feedback you have received. Again, the thesis should focus on the
conflict(s) you chose to write about. This thesis should provide deeper
insight into the possible meanings surrounding the chosen conflict(s)
that you see in the chosen literary texts. Throughout your analysis, you
must use at least two primary sources and two sources from the Ashford University Library to support your thesis.
- Review and incorporate instructor and classroom feedback on at least one conflict listed in Types of Conflict Found in Literature from two literary works in this course. One of the literary works must be a short story. See the List of Literary Works and Types of Conflict Found in Literature.
- Analyze three literary techniques to help define and draw out the conflict(s) chosen.
- Explain how the texts utilize the literary techniques below to describe the conflict(s).
- Compare and contrast the two texts you chose.
For your Literary Analysis, select at least two works from the List of Literary Works
that share the same type(s) of conflict(s). Remember, one of them must
be a short story. You can either compare two short stories, a short story and a poem, or a short story and a play.
List of Types of Conflicts Found in Literature
In the document Types of Conflicts Found in Literature
you will find a list of possible conflicts to explore in your Literary
Analysis. Please note that you must write about one of the conflicts in
the list of literary texts provided. To help you better understand each
conflict and how it might be apparent, examples from popular culture
have been provided. However, please note that your Literary Analysis
must not be about popular culture, television, or movies. The examples
provided are just that--examples. Please also note that it is possible
for a text to have more than one conflict at work. The repeated
references to conflicts in The Simpsons provide further context on how
multiple conflicts might be present in a single work. Other examples of
conflict are also provided.
List of Literary Techniques
In your analysis, address at least three of the literary techniques (as defined in Chapters 2 and 4) listed in the document Literary Techniques
describing their relationships with the conflict(s)--which provide
deeper insight into possible meaning(s) found in literature--you are
addressing in your paper.
- Topic: Your paper must address
two of the texts, at least one of the conflicts, and three of the
literary techniques as listed in the guidelines.
- Length: Your paper must be double spaced and 1250 to 1600 words in length (excluding title and references pages).
- Sources: You must utilize at
least two primary sources to support your thesis (including the course
text) and at least two scholarly sources from the Ashford University
Library (at least four sources in total). You may also use other
academic sources acquired from other classes that pertain to the
literary theme and/or conflict.
- Elements of Academic Writing: Please see the Guide to Writing a Compare/Contrast Essay resource, which provides information regarding how to effectively organize this essay.
- APA: Your assignment must be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
- Separate Title Page: Must
include a separate title page that lists the following: an original
title, your name, date of submission, and the professor’s name.
- Separate Reference Page: At
the end of your paper, include a separate references page that lists all
sources utilized for and cited within your analysis.
- Proper Citations: All sources must be properly cited according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center, both within the text of your paper and on the references page.