Readings

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Readings :

      Nathaniel Hawthorne, Young Goodman Brown

      Tim OBrien, The Things They Carried

      William Shakespeare, Othello

      Henrik Ibsen, A Dolls House

      Poems of Langston Hughes, (Open Letter tothe South, Theme for English B, and Harlem)

      Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The YellowWallpaper

      Ambrose Bierce, An Occurrence at Owl CreekBridge

In addition to the story that you choose:

      Three outside sources that youll findthrough research: Two of the three outside sources must be scholarly and thethird source is your choice.

Essay Prompt:

The second essay assignment asked you tocombine course texts and outside texts to make an argument about a real worldissue.  This assignment asks you to continue to develop that skill, but todeepen it by focusing on outside research.

Process Essay 3 and Process Essay 4 arerelated assignments. In Process Essay 3, you will identify a specific real worldproblem that is raised in one of the texts you read for Unit 3. You will needto be able to provide a focus to the problem. (For example, if you want toaddress the problem of homelessness, you will need to narrow your focus tohomelessness of a specific population, like military veterans.) In ProcessEssay 4, you will revise Process Essay 3 and expand it to include awell-reasoned solution to the problem.

Process Essay 3 should answer the followingquestions:

       What is the broad issue raised in the literarytext?

       How can you define the issue as a problemthat needs to be addressed?

       What evidence is there to prove that this isa real problem?

       Who does the problem impact?

       What are the ethical issues related to theproblem?

       Why do you care about this problem?

       Why should your readers care about thisproblem?

 

Essay Requirements:

       A minimum of five double-spaced pages

       A total of four texts:

o   One literarytext from Unit 3

o   Threeoutside sources, two of which must be scholarly.

Criteria for a successful essay include:

       A title that captures the essence of youressay

       Well-developed introduction

       Clear thesis statement in the introduction

       Well-developed support for your argument(weave in quotes and analyze them)

       Logical organization with topic sentences andtransitions

       Conclusion that adds a final thought

       Few sentence-level errors (grammar, spelling)

       MLA citation

Essay Submission:

       Submit your essay as an attachment. Use thefollowing format for naming your file:

o   Lastname_PE3.doc (or .docx, .odt, .rtf, .pdf)

o   ExampleJones_PE3.doc

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