English course work

Please complete the two parts
part 1-Choose two of the writers in this lesson.-Benjamin Franklin-Judith Sargent Murray-The writer of the Ladies’ Declaration of Independence-Abigail AdamsPose as one of the writers and write a letter to the other writer you selected. (For example, write a letter from Benjamin Franklin to Abigail Adams).Your letter must address whether they agree or disagree.Include evidence from their writing that reveals each person’s opinion on the role of women.Be creative and give the writer of your letter a fitting personality. Use the appropriate tone to create that personality. (For example, given what you know about Franklin’s tone, you can assume that he wouldn’t write a rude or angry letter to Adams.)Your letter should be a minimum of 10 sentences long.A full credit response must cite the words of the recipient and react to them.
part 2-Read Fletcher and Ollie McGee’s epitaphs from Spoon River Anthology and read “The Story of an Hour.” Respond to the following questions using evidence from the texts to support your answers.
1.Spoon River Anthology
What do you know about Ollie and Fletcher McGee as individuals and as husband and wife after reading their epitaphs? Answer the question in a paragraph of 4-6 sentences, using evidence from the text to support your response.
2.”The Story of an Hour”
How does Mrs. Mallard feel when she thinks of her life after her husband’s death? Why does she feel this way? Answer the questions in a paragraph of at least 4 sentences, using evidence from the text to support your response.
3.Compare Spoon River Anthology and “The Story of an Hour” and Make a Modern Connection
Respond to the following prompt in a 6–8 sentence paragraph. Remember to use evidence from each text to support your response.
Writers often use their texts to make a comment on society. Think of a modern text (poem, story, novel, movie, or television show) that explores marriage. In what ways are the characters Ollie McGee from Spoon River Anthology, Mrs. Mallard from “The Story of an Hour,” and the character from your modern text similar? How does each character feel about her marriage and about her husband? What is each writer saying about marriage through their characters?