-The essay must be 2500 words/10 pages excluding the title page.
-The topic is really up to the writer as long as it falls under the requirements and description within the attached assignment guidline and you can provide an outstanding argument out of it.
-17 sources must be used for this assignment in total:
-2 of the sources are the required ones from 2nd term reading, which are provided for you. In addition to those two mandatories, 15 other scholarly secondary sources must be used. I will be providing a list of secondary sources for you as an image attachment to choose from if you wish to. For the 15 secondary sources you can use a combination of the ones I have provided and sources of your choice that may not be on my list but you should use at least a few of them if not all. In other words the 2 required sources from the term readings are the main sources that you should refer to the most within the assignment but the 15 secondary sources are optional for you to use or choose your own secondary sources.
*Note that you need to be quoting and referring to each of these sources within the text body (try to use as much quotes and references as possible) and provide full bibliography of them at the end.
*Please provide an outline as a separate document (preferably attach it before the submission time, as early as possible).
Here are the 2 mandatory main sources that must be used from term class readings:
1-https://www.library.yorku.ca/find/Search/Results?t... (You should be using the book details for reference/bibliography as if you are referencing from the hardcopy book, not any other links)
I found a few 'google book' links that give you access to most of pages. Please scroll down once you click on each link to see all the chapters available to view.
2-http://quod.lib.umich.edu.ezproxy.library.yorku.ca... (You should be using this link for reference/bibliography since the book is fully accessible from university library)
The book is fully accessible online: login for accessing the source will be provided after assigning the tutor.