Category Archives: Classic English Literature

“The Road” by Cormac McCarthy,

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 “The Road” by Cormac McCarthy,

Discuss a character who experiences a rift and becomes cut off from “home,” whether that home is the character’s birthplace, family, homeland, or other special place. Then write an essay in which you analyze how the character’s experience with exile is both alienating and enriching, and how this experience illuminates the meaning for the work as a whole. Do not merely summarize the plot.

Points to note;
Respond to the prompt clearly, directly, and fully
Approach the text analytically

Support a coherent thesis with evidence from the text

Employ subtlety in its use of the text and the writers style is fluent and flexible

Explain how the evidence illustrates and reinforces its thesis
(Please include the thesis  statement in the first paragraph)

Project Travel Brochure

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Project- Travel Brochure

In Book I of Utopia, More outlined several of the predominant problems in European society. In Book II, More designed a place of perfection in Utopia, but he did so addressing many of the problems in 16th century Europe. For example, 16th century European kings were greedy and desired property. In More’s Utopia, private land ownership did not exist.

You have already identified significant problems with the United States today in lesson 6, so basically, you have taken care of your Book I. Your travel brochure will be the equivalent of Book II of Sir Thomas More’s Utopia. You will design a brochure that features your own utopia, but you will create a utopia that addresses the problems that you identified with the United States. Go back to Writing- A Modern Day Sir Thomas More for reference.

In addition to addressing the problems, your brochure should also contain the following information:

  • a name for your utopia that is the title of the brochure
  • sections that are identified with headings, such as geography and history, agriculture, cities, government, occupations, education, war, and religion
  • details written in sentences and paragraphs underneath the headings; these details should fully explain each aspect of your utopia
  • graphics that enhance the color and content of your brochure

You should design your brochure on standard 8.5 x 11″ paper, and both sides should be used.

You can create your brochure on the computer in a program like Microsoft Word. In fact, you can use this template: for a 2-page, 8.5 x 11″ tri-fold brochure. You can also make your own template in Microsoft Word if you choose.  You can also use Microsoft Publisher.

These tools are easy to use, and they will help you to create a very professional-looking brochure.

You may choose to write and/or draw by hand to create your brochure. With this option, you will need to use a scanner (or digital camera) to submit your finished project electronically.

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War versus Peace: Should the United States have gone to war in Iraq?

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War versus Peace

Should the United States have gone to war in Iraq?

Follow the process previously detailed in this section to write a well-organized, well-researched, solidly edited, persuasive essay. Make sure to include your support in the form of facts, statistics or quotes. Properly frame the support and cite your sources. Consider your word choice and work to ensure a well-structured introduction and conclusion. Use what you’ve learned about adding phrases to improve your sentence variety.

This essay will be graded using the 6+1 writing traits rubric that can be found in the introduction to the course. There will be 20 points available per trait. The last 20 points will be for a works cited page. Look up the proper MLA formatting for works cited.

Given that this unit is about war and peace, you probably saw this coming. You will write your persuasive essay on the following question:

“Should the United States have gone to war in Iraq?”

You can argue the affirmative or the negative. The speeches you have listened to in this unit can be used as sources


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Writing: Explain a Passage

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Writing: Explain a Passage

Read King Lear by Shakespeare. For each scene you read (with the exception of the really short ones), you will choose one passage. This passage, or quote, should be significant to the scene as well as the larger play. Write the passage and identify who is speaking and to whom. Explain the significance of the scene and how it impacts the overall story.

– Quote and who’s speaking to whom (5 points) 
- Significance to the scene and the rest of the play (5 points) 
- There are a total of 16 longer scenes @ 10 points per scene = 160 total points. 
- The shorter scenes you are not responsible for are:  Act I, sc. iii / Act I, sc. v / Act II, sc. iii / Act III, sc. i / Act III, sc. iii / 
Act III, sc. v / Act IV, sc. iii / Act IV, sc. iv / Act IV, sc. v / Act V, sc. ii. 

Notice, there are five points given for choosing the quote. Your understanding of the scene and the play will be clear based on the passage you choose. Try to choose a passage that is longer than one line but shorter than the whole speech. You will be able to preface your quote with some context in your explanation. Your entries should be emailed to your teacher. They will be assessed based on their completeness, accuracy and understanding of the play. 

Here’s an example from Act I, sc. i: 
Quote: “Fairest Cordelia, that art most rich, being poor; 
Most choice, forsaken; and most loved, despised!” 
Speaker: King of France to Cordelia 
Explanation: After Lear disowns his youngest daughter, he asks her suitors if they still want her now that she is penniless. The King of France is confused and inquires what great offense has been committed. When he learns it’s only that she displeased the king with her words, he asks her other suitor, the Duke of Burgundy if he wants her. When he doesn’t, the King of France says the above quote. This relationship will be important later when French troops arrive to restore Lear to the throne. It also demonstrates the duality and juxtaposition that will be seen throughout the play.

Follow your teacher’s instructions to submit this assignment, and be sure to document your sources.


Walt Whitman and Robert Frost poems

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Walt Whitman and Robert Frost poems

Compare and contrast between Walt Whitman and Robert Frost poems. Critique the poem using analyzing techniques like figures of speech. the essay should be 3 pages and the type guidelines should be APA style with 4 referencing.

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