author name(s) and literary work(s),research question,working thesis statement,proposal paragraph

This a MULTIPLE PART PROJECT THAT WILL REQUIRE AN ASSIGNMENT PER WEEK FOR THE NEXT 3WEEKS.
I AM HOPING TO HAVE A WRITER THAT WILL help to complete the assignments per week for this project. (Will tip) if interested in continuing tasks per week for the assignments, please message me your writer ID# . THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!
275 WORDS IS ACCEPTABLE
Read the Research Paper instructions posted in this week’s Online Learning Resources. Next, choose a literary work or works (no more than 2) on which to focus; then, select a general topic or subject area within that literature; next, devise a research question and working thesis statement that helps guide your eventual research; finally, write a paragraph that explains what you propose to do in more detail. This activity will help provide a solid foundation for the project, and your submission will allow me to provide useful feedback to you once the activity is graded next week.
Your completed response should be at least 300 words and contain the following:
List the author name(s) and literary work(s) you plan to write about.
Provide a research question. This is the question you most want to answer as you proceed in your research project. (Example Research Questions: What is Homer saying in The Iliad about the suffering and loss in war? What do The Iliad and The Odyssey collectively suggest about the role of women in that time period?)
Provide a clearly-labelled working thesis statement. This should be a one-sentence declarative statement that clearly announces the purpose/intent of your eventual paper- what is it out to prove in its argument? You might think of this working thesis statement as a possible answer to your research question. (Example Working Thesis Statement: Homer employs harmful gender stereotypes in his depiction of women in The Iliad.)
Write a proposal paragraph in which you explain why you are interested in this literature, what led you to this topic, what you hope to learn as you proceed in your research, and any possible challenges or concerns you might face as you work on this project.
Photo(INSTRUCTIONS FOR RESEARCH PAPER (DUE IN WEEK 7) gives you an overall understanding of the final paper. For this assignment only due as prompted in these paragraph instructions, followed by the continuing of the PHOTO ATTACHED STATING in bold YOUR COMPLETED RESONSE SHOULD BE AT LEAST 300 WORDS CONTAING THE FOLLOWING. ALSO, READ (document 3pdf) FOR TOPICS TO CHOOSE FROM.

Reading Journal

Throughout the course, you’re responsible for submitting a reading journal for each unit in which you critically and creatively engage with the assigned readings. Each entry should be at least 300 words. Although these journal submissions are informal, they should still be clearly written, spell-checked, and free of glaring errors. Please review the attached document for further requirements and guidelines. Please note that the grading rubric that will be used to assess submission is also included. REQUIRED READINGS Gilgamesh, pg. 16-64 Background information on Homer, pg. 127-131 The Iliad, pg. 131-272 I can send a picture PowerPoint of the readings if you need to read them

This is my introduction: Although having pride in yourself may be positive in mo

This is my introduction:
Although having pride in yourself may be positive in moderation, being too proud of yourself will lead to ruin. Many who look down on others will never learn from their peers and will only boast of their achievements in excess. In the Greek epic The Odyssey, Homer focuses on hubris being the major folly of man. This theme is reflected in the hero Odysseus’ nostos, particularly in book 12, with his struggle regarding the Sirens and his hubris. The placement, meaning, and presentation of the sirens song is a clear indicator of a pivot in Odysseus’ quest to become, in a sense, human. The dichotomy within the Sirens’ song, a song of death with the meaning of life, directly correlates to Odysseus’ inner turmoil and his eventual evolution as the hero. With this poem Homer is displaying his protagonist’s internal strife to the audience, emphasizing his adverse hubristic mindset. He uses the sirens song to expose and attempt to punish Odysseus’ arrogance; showing the audience the importance of averting hubris and the possible consequence if not avoided.
It also must have textual evidence from the odyssey.

You have read excerpts of the earliest known texts from four different civiliaza

You have read excerpts of the earliest known texts from four different civiliazations in different parts of the world. What conclusions can you draw about these civilizations and humanity in general? What are some of the similarities and differences in the texts/cultures? What ideas do they have in common and/or which values are most important to each civilization? Please write a 2 page-paper explaining your thoughts and what you learned from exploring these cultures.
https://webpages.uidaho.edu/engl257/Ancient/flood.htm


https://www.history.com/topics/ancient-middle-east/mesopotamia

https://www.worldhistory.org/india/

The Bhagavad Gita



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popol_Vuh

RESPONSE PAPER: Oedipus the King Instructions: Complete a Close Reading of Sopho

RESPONSE PAPER: Oedipus the King
Instructions: Complete a Close Reading of Sophocles’ Oedipus the King. Next, write a 4-5 page essay in response to the question below. The paper must make clear use of paragraphing and in-text citations, following MLA guidelines. Research material used must be properly documented following MLA style, on the Works Cited page, and must be used only as evidence for main points in your paper. Limit: 2 research sources.
QUESTION: In Sophocles’ Oedipus the King, how does Oedipus’ character seem to deteriorate as the play progresses? Who or what is responsible for the tragedy that befalls him?
NOTE:
You must go beyond the traditional 5 paragraph essay.
Draw evidence from each episode in the play; use quotations and add line citations.
Use research as supporting evidence for main points in your paper.
Have a clear introduction with a clear thesis statement, and a conclusion that takes the reader beyond the play.
One of the sources should be: The Norton Anthology: World Literature: Beginnings to 1650. Volumes A-C. Fourth edition. Martin Puchner. Editor. ISBN: 978-0-393-26590-3College Dictionary/Thesaurus

A clear thesis statement is essential. Your thesis sentence should answer a ques

A clear thesis statement is essential. Your thesis sentence should answer a question based on the prompt or topic. Your support statements must include direct quotes from the text (s). in addition to your own analysis. Any additional sources must be cited and included in the works cited page. A rubric will be provided to reference the areas that will correspond with your grade: content, organization, grammar/style, correct MLA format, including in text citations, and appropriate use of sources. A direct quote for a paper of this length should net exceed for lines of text.

In the Iliad, there is a dichotomy between war and peace, suffering and understa

In the Iliad, there is a dichotomy between war and peace, suffering and understanding. How can this contrast be related to a current global issue?
Write a response essay where you complete the following tasks:
1. -Introduce the story and author. Provide a short overview of the story so as to provide a background for your response and a clear thesis statement.
2.- Discuss the dichotomy portrayed in the story. Explain in detail why this aspect stood out to you and support those ideas with actual text from the story.
3.- Connect that dichotomy with a current global issue. Ask yourself, how is the contrast between war and peace and/or suffering and understanding reflected in a current global issue?

A clear thesis statement is essential. Your thesis sentence should answer a ques

A clear thesis statement is essential. Your thesis sentence should answer a question based on the prompt or topic. Your support statements must include direct quotes from the text (s). in addition to your own analysis. Any additional sources must be cited and included in the works cited page. A rubric will be provided to reference the areas that will correspond with your grade: content, organization, grammar/style, correct MLA format, including in text citations, and appropriate use of sources. A direct quote for a paper of this length should net exceed for lines of text.

In the Iliad, there is a dichotomy between war and peace, suffering and understa

In the Iliad, there is a dichotomy between war and peace, suffering and understanding. How can this contrast be related to a current global issue?
Write a response essay where you complete the following tasks:
1. -Introduce the story and author. Provide a short overview of the story so as to provide a background for your response and a clear thesis statement.
2.- Discuss the dichotomy portrayed in the story. Explain in detail why this aspect stood out to you and support those ideas with actual text from the story.
3.- Connect that dichotomy with a current global issue. Ask yourself, how is the contrast between war and peace and/or suffering and understanding reflected in a current global issue?

In the Iliad, there is a dichotomy between war and peace, suffering and understa

In the Iliad, there is a dichotomy between war and peace, suffering and understanding. How can this contrast be related to a current global issue?
Write a response essay where you complete the following tasks:
1. -Introduce the story and author. Provide a short overview of the story so as to provide a background for your response and a clear thesis statement.
2.- Discuss the dichotomy portrayed in the story. Explain in detail why this aspect stood out to you and support those ideas with actual text from the story.
3.- Connect that dichotomy with a current global issue. Ask yourself, how is the contrast between war and peace and/or suffering and understanding reflected in a current global issue?