Explication

For this explication.
Professor is asking for an in-depth explanation about Chinese poetry.
I attached a file called “Chinese poetry”. In the file, it has a link to the website with hundreds of poems.
Choose anyone you want, and please tell me which one you picked.
Also, there are more attachments for the essay. Please take a look at the “Grading system” one, he’s really picky on the Bigger meaning and smaller meaning part.
Instructions for the essay is also in the attachments.

the Roland

Read the Sermon on the Mount (Links to an external site.). Then, read the Song of Roland (Links to an external site.). How far from early Christian ideals have these Christian soldiers in the Song of Roland come?
– Your answer should be about 250 words.
– Be specific about where in the text you see the soldiers either following or violating the ideals listed in the Sermon. Ideally, shoot for 3-5 examples.

“THE YELLOW WALLPAPER” BY CHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN

FOR THE PERIOD-NATURALISM. DEMOSTRATE HOW A PARTICULAR TEXT ILLUSTRATES THE INTELLECTUAL, HISTORICAL, AND CULTURAL SITUATION IN WHICH IT IS WRITTEN. YOU WILL NEED TO REFER TO THE SPECIFIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PERIOD AND ALIGN THEM WITH SPECIFIC POINTS IN THE TEXT. SEE THE ATTACHMENT THAT IS THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE ESSAY. PLEASE EMAIL ME IF ANY QUESTIONS AND I CAN HELP ANSWER QUESTIONS. THANKS!!

Ramayana vs Aeneas

In the Ramayana, Rama is presented as the ideal king and hero of Indian literature. Like Aeneas, he is descended from a god; like Aeneas, he suffers adversity and travels through the wilderness. Rama always does what he is supposed to do, promptly, cheerfully and with kindness for others. Compare/ contrast Rama’s calm acceptance of adversity with Aeneas’ moans and groans about the “tears of things.” Which hero seems more “real” to you? Why? Develop your ideas using specific supporting examples from both texts.

WAW Introduction

Please read the pdf “WAW Intro”
Then answer these questions:
1. What are the three principles for writing instruction? How do you interpret them and why are they important?
2. What is the role of writerly identities? How do you see your own identity as a writer?
3. What is your writing process? (Relate to the text)
Source pls.
THANK YOU!

i will add link about it.

listen to scholar Eric Foner’s talk on Who is an American?
Prompt: In 300 to 400 hundred words, describe Foner’s assertions about who is an American, and why citizenship and being an American is a contested issue?
Helpful Hints to Shape Your Response: Consider taking notes on:
How has the West created the concept of race and ascribe predictive powers about human behavior
What is the difference between civic nationalism and ethnic nationalism?
What groups have constituted an American in the past?
Why did race replace class in America?
In your response, give one specific quotation/ paraphrase from Foner’s podcast.
here is the link for the podcast
https://kboo.fm/media/66145-who-american-eric-foner

Your essay must be a minimum of 700 words from introduction to conclusion. Your

Your essay must be a minimum of 700 words from introduction to conclusion. Your Works Cited page does not count as part of your word count. You are free to write more words than 700, but you should not exceed 2000 words. Your writing will be judged on quality, not quantity of words once the minimum length has been reached.
You are writing an argumentative essay. This means taking a clear position on your topic, either in favour or against. DO NOT write “advantages and disadvantages”. Either you think [insert your topic here] is good, or you think it is bad.
Be sure to include opposing arguments in your essay. Clearly introduce them as someone else’s ideas using distancing phrases like: “Some people support X because…..” or “Supporters of X argue that……”
Then respond to opposing arguments with a rebuttal. Introduce your rebuttal clearly by saying something like: “The problem with this argument is….” Or “this may be true, however…..”
Be sure to cite all information you have read at the point that you mention it in your essay using brackets, and with full citation on the Works Cited page.

Using your work from Bridges 1 and 2, compose a 5-6 page lyric essay about your

Using your work from Bridges 1 and 2, compose a 5-6 page lyric essay about your chosen material- MIRROR, my topic is BEAUTY STANDARD
Remember to include RESEARCH and SCHOLARSHIP along with personal and experiential reflections on your material and your work in Studio.
*ALL OF THE INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED BELOW*
Remember to cite your outside sources in Chicago style.
Some touchstones to consider: *CHOSE 1 or 2 WRITER*
Maggie Nelson, Bluets
Lia Purpura, Glaciology
Lina Mounzer, Trash Talk
*I will include my previous bridge 1 and bridge 2 project- both seminar and studio*
seminar- is this creative writing course
studio- is where we made our artwork

Write a literary analysis (1200-1500 words) focused on reading Christina Rossett

Write a literary analysis (1200-1500 words) focused on reading Christina Rossetti’s “Goblin Market” through the lens of a Christian worldview. Your object is not to judge whether or not a text is Christian, but rather to explore the spiritual themes, perspectives and attitudes found in the text and evaluate them through your understanding of Christianity. Your essay should effectively display the criteria necessary for good literary analysis: a strong thesis, abundant support from the text, effective style, and an exploration of your topic’s significance.