Final Essay

my name is Virginia and yo did my paper last time, last time i assign to do a proposal,an this time is the final essay, i will explain myself again. if you want  just continue with the one that you dd the proposal but if not you can star a new one. the essay is a free topic but i have to connected to the things that i have seen in the class like tell you it could be about a boyfriend but what i need is t connected it. we read in class night by elie wiesel, fun home a family tragicomic by alison bechdel, the mark of cain. and we watch district 9 and tsotsi in class. we also whact several videos like lady gaga bad romance , sweet dreams. and we also talk about what is music for us. so whatever we want otl about it a free essay but it must be connected to this things. remember that i don’t speak English that well, don’t use big words..  NOTE: limit the scope of your essay to the major works we’ve examined this semester—Art Objects, District 9, Tsotsi, Night and Fun Home. Below are suggested topics to help you start but it is up to you define the nature of your essay: • Thematic connections, links, and clues between and about characters & themes in major works discussed this semester. • Ask yourself what the function and significance of each character is. Make this determination based upon the character’s history, what the reader is told (and not told), and what other characters say about themselves and others. • A discussion of a work’s characters: are they realistic, symbolic, historically-based? • A comparison/contrast of the choices different authors or characters make in a work • A reading of a work based on an outside philosophical perspective (Ex. how would a Freudian read Hamlet?) • A study of the sources or historical events that occasioned a particular work (Ex. comparing Alison Bechdels’ Fun Home with the original Greek myth of Icarus.) • An analysis of a specific image occurring in several works (Ex. the use of moon imagery in certain plays, poems, novels) • A “deconstruction” of a particular work (Ex. unfolding an underlying racist worldview in Elie Wiesel’s Night) • A reading from a political perspective (Ex. how would a Marxist read William Blake’s “London”?) • A study of the social, political, or economic context in which a work was written — how does the context influence the work? • Help: 2. of course, be required to use the text(s) as your primary source(s). Note: keep in mind the term ‘argument’ can mean different things depending on the paper you write. Finally, you will define what ‘creative’ means for your essay. The Creative Element: This is up to you and can take any form so long as it extends the traditional notion of a text based essay. Some ideas: 3- dimensional essays that combine text, image, and video; live performance; performance art; art that you’ve done that connects to your essay; song; interpretive dance; your cat. It is up to you but must be present in the process

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