Comparing Tennessee Williams’s play A Streetcar Named Desire and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby

This essayshould be 500-600 words. Itshould NOT include outside sources–only the play StreetcarNamed Desire and the novel The Great Gatsby. Thetexts of the literary work should be your only sources. Due to these being theonly sources, you do not need a works cited page although you do needcitations for page numbers. You do not have permission to consult theInternet, databases, books, etc. for your paper.The essayshould be your personal understanding of the works. Please remember that this essay will be run for plagiarism detection. If a paper (a major assignment)is plagiarized, etc., the consequence is generally an F in the course.PaperTopic:TennesseeWilliams’s play A Streetcar Named Desire and F. ScottFitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby are both works ofmodernism. In an essay, compare these two works by discussing how both the playand the novel demonstrate the following theme: dangers of living infantasy/illusion. Include 2-3of the following Modernist traits in your essay :a focus on the city and/orurbanization/industrialization and its impactssocial change (changes ineconomics, social classes, etc.)a decline of civilizationdisorder of lifeincreased freedoms (especiallysexual) for womenno such thing as absolute truth.Your essayshould be 500-600 words with 4-5 paragraphs total (that is, an intro with aclear thesis, 2-3 body paragraphs, and a conclusion). Your intro should includeboth authors’ full names and the titles of their works (italicized). The thesisshould include both works, plus the assigned theme and a connection toModernism (see bullet points above).Mysuggestion is that you discuss one modernist trait (from the above list)connected to the theme in each body paragraph and provide full support of yourideas by using details from the play. Be sure to provide equal time to the playand to the novel. Do not present an imbalanced essay.When using the literary works, DO include attributivetags or lead-ins for quotations (According to…, Blanche states, Williamswrites, etc.) AND parenthetical citations for your quotations (parenthesis atthe end of quoted or summarized material with pg number).USE quotations or summaries in your paper to supportyour ideas. Use only what is needed to make your point and please avoid quotinglarge chunks at a time.DO include typicalMLA header information, pagination, a title, etc.Do you needhelp with MLA? See here if so: Purdue’s OWL site (Links to anexternal site.).EXAMPLE of athesis statement: Both Tennessee Williams’s play A Streetcar NamedDesire and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby areModernist works that demonstrate the dangers of living in fantasy instead ofaccepting reality. (There are many ways you can set up your thesis. This isonly an example.)REFER to theauthor by whole name for first time use and then only by last name after that(no first name only).DO checkspelling as well! Often, students lose points for misspelling author’s andcharacters’ names.WRITE using present verb tense when writing aboutliterature: Blanche lies, Stanley torments, etc.****IMPORTANT****I will beproviding the stories for you. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitateto contact me, this is an important grade to me. The essay doesn’t have to bethe best, but it does need to get good enough to make a “B”. I appreciate everythingyou are doing for me so thank you very much.***P.S. please DO NOT PLAGIARIZE, You can ONLYuse the 2 stories as your resources.***
***** These are the links to the stories****A Car Named Desire- Great Gastby- Great Gastby novel will be in the files as well.I have links of videos about the play and novel if you would like them just let me know and I will send them to you. This can help you understand the play and novel.