Analysis Essay

| March 14, 2016

This is an essay more than 4 page without the cited page

Professor Loubser
English 1302
Essay 2 Peer Evaluation: Monday, October 7 and Wednesday, October 9 Essay Two and Essay Two Outline are due by 11:55 pm on Monday, October 14 via Eagle Online.
Assignment: You will write an analysis on one of the works we have read and evaluated online. Your essay must be at least 4 complete pages in length-excluding the works cited page; the works cited page will be, at least, page 5. In addition, the essay will comprise of 7 paragraphs: an introduction; 5 body paragraphs; and a solid conclusion. Remember, an analytical paper breaks down an issue or an idea into its component parts, evaluates the issue or idea, and presents this breakdown and evaluation to the audience. Critical papers analyze or explain some important point about a piece of literature.
You will choose one of the following topics:
1. You will write an argumentative essay where you argue that Beneatha is a divisive force in the family in Lorraine Hansberry’s play “A Raisin in the Sun.” The play examines the role of women with the introduction of three generations of women. Lena is the matriarch of the family and, as such, her self-worth is aligned to her compliance of traditional feminine behavior. Additionally, Ruth is a woman in her thirties who is married to Walter Lee; and though she is vocal about her feelings of frustration, she ultimately abides by society’s expectations of women with her desire to please her husband, regardless of how she feels. Finally, Beneatha is a 20 year-old young woman who challenges the traditional behavioral expectations of women; she is enrolled in college and aspires to attend medical school and become a doctor. Her perception that a woman’s purpose is much more than merely that of wife or mother challenges Walter Lee’s power and authority.
2. Write an argumentative essay where you contemplate and evaluate whether justice is fulfilled in Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll House.” The play “A Doll House” examines the traditional roles of men and women in the 19th century as it evaluates the idea of justice and its social application. Nora exemplifies the traditional feminine standard of the time and as such is left powerless. She is confined by the patriarchal expectations that denote a woman’s worth as indicative of her purpose: that of wife and mother. Remember, at this time, feminine conduct is assessed through a masculine perspective. At the end of the play, she decides to leave her husband and children in an attempt to attain and exert her individuality and hence social identity.
Submission Requirements: The essay must comply with the pagination requirement: a
minimum of 4 complete pages-excluding the work cited page- to be acceptable and you
must use at least 10 direct quotes to substantiate your claim. The essay will be doublespaced
and comply with MLA standards: it must be written in 12 point, Times New
Roman. Please label the outline and the final draft appropriately. For instance, you will
provide your name and then indicate the document type: John Doe Outline and John
Doe Essay 1. In addition, you are to write your essay in the third person and you
are to remain in the literary present tense.
You must submit the final draft and a typed outline onto Eagle Online. All papers must
be submitted to Turnitin. Papers that are not submitted to Turnitin will receive a 0 on the
assignment.
Reminder:
• Failure to comply with the minimum page requirements will constitute an
automatic 0 (zero) on the assignment.
• Failure to include a works cited page or to parenthetically cite source material
correctly per MLA specifications will result in an automatic 0 (zero) on the
assignment, as that is plagiarism.
• Failure to submit the outline as indicated on the outline worksheet will adversely
affect your grade.
• Failure to abide by MLA style requirements will adversely affect your grade.
Guidelines:
• Use Times New Roman, 12pt.
• Double-space.
• Indent for paragraphs.
• Use MLA style for heading and format: 1” margins on all sides, place your name, my
name, your class and section number, and the date at the top left hand corner of the first
page. Make sure your last name appears in the top right hand corner of the page along
with the page number.
• Your idea should be central.
• You must cite from the text in order to support your claims about the text.
• Use MLA style to cite and document your sources: parenthetical documentation and
works cited.
• You must have a Works Cited page with the correct information and formatting. This
element will be included in your final grade.

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