Do not analyze/offer opinions or evaluations.

Summarize Joyce’s “Eveline” For summaries, in 500 words simply explain the main plot events of the story, objectively. Do not analyze/offer opinions or evaluations. Gather the who, what, where, when, why and how, and after a short introduction, proceed linearly. You may occasionally pull from direct quotation to color your summary with highlights, but most… Continue reading Do not analyze/offer opinions or evaluations.

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3: identify the setting and explain how it impacts the characters, plot, and our 21st century understanding of that time period

For your assignment, please complete three of the five following prompts by Monday September 26th 12PM: 1: Identify the protagonist of the novel and describe personality traits and characterization 2: Identify at least two secondary/supporting characters and describe personality traits and characterization 3: Identify the setting and explain how it impacts the characters, plot, and… Continue reading 3: identify the setting and explain how it impacts the characters, plot, and our 21st century understanding of that
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This is a essay regarding poes tale.

This is a essay regarding Poes Tale. You MUST go on Lehman college library to find TWO SECONDARY source from the Lehman college school online Library that is talking about The purloined letter.

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Describe the historical context of the reconstruction amendments and show how crane represents the small child’s attempted protection (federal legislation or amendments) as not enough to overcome the more powerful violence and hatred from the jim crow laws in the south (represented by the father).

Describe the historical context of the Reconstruction Amendments and show how Crane represents the small child’s attempted protection (Federal legislation or amendments) as not enough to overcome the more powerful violence and hatred from the Jim Crow laws in the South (represented by the father).

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Please see attached file for assignment instructions. Use the character analysis planning chart to begin analyzing the character. Please make it easy to understand. Do not use hard vocabulary words. Please refer to rubric. Choose one of the stories we’ve read so far, then select a major character from that story. Only a round, fully… Continue reading For example,

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Hey! you need to provide feedback for the uploaded assignments (respond to thin

Hey! you need to provide feedback for the uploaded assignments (respond to things you think are wrong or comment if there may be more than one answer, etc.) the file with the name (me) got feedback which is the doc (feedback on my assignment) so I want to reply to the feedback I got on… Continue reading Hey!
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This assignment i will be presenting a video dissecting a poem and picking out poetic techniques.

This assignment I will be presenting a video dissecting a poem and picking out poetic techniques. I will attach a picture of the assignment in files. I just need you to help pick out poetic techniques with specific examples so that I can present them. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/52295/the-emigrants-a-poem This is the poem link that I chose This… Continue reading This assignment i will be presenting a video dissecting a poem and picking out poetic techniques.

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Any issue the articles address, and discuss how each article handles that issue, quoting at least

*Polyamory vs. Monogamy: Read three articles “No Secrets, No Lies”; also “Love Lessons: The Great Poly Experiment”; also “The Future of the Family and the Fate of Our Children.” (All in Levelfly FILES section.) In your two-paragraph (180 word minimum) reading response, pick any issue the articles address, and discuss how each article handles that… Continue reading Any issue the articles address, and discuss how each article handles that issue, quoting at least

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