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Explain the importance of the town crier, Ogene, music, and drums in?

For our discussion of Things Fall Apart, respond to one of the two following prompts. Make sure one of your response posts addresses the prompt you didn’t write about in your initial post.
Option 1:
Explain the importance of the town crier, Ogene, music, and drums in?Things Fall Apart. How do Unoka’s amazing skills as a musician contribute to the epic contempt Okonkwo harbors?
Option 2:
Okonkwo loves Ezinma dearly. Why does he not show that love to others in the community? In what way is Ezinma’s deportment like most of the men in the villages? What are some examples of female bonding? Why is this bonding important?
Remember that you’re required to respond to two of your peers’ posts. When responding, extend the conversation by returning to the assigned texts for additional evidence, analysis, and/or commentary, with the purpose of bringing fresh insight to the work of your peers.

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Summary of this article into 5 paragraphs

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/eugene-scalia-rbg-friendship-oped/2020/09/19/35f7580c-faaa-11ea-a275-1a2c2d36e1f1_story.html
Summary of this article into 5 paragraphs

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Feel free to text me if you have any questions

-The following are two different essay questions but should be in the same essay
-Please cite quotes only from the document I have attached
Thanks
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3.) Edwidge Danticat
E. Danticat wrote the story, “Book of the Dead”, which is part of a book called, The Dew Breaker. As we look at the title of this text, who are the “dead”? What “book” are they in? How do the dual aspects of forgetting and remembering surface throughout the text? Why is their textual occurrence so important when considering violence and power in Latin America and the Caribbean?
4.) Clarice Lispector
We have read two stories by Lispector. We know that she is really not writing about the smallest woman or a hen. She is using these figures as symbols for a much greater vision. Although her texts appear to be aligned with women’s issues, what do you think these stories’ inner meanings or messages might actually be? How does symbolism make these thoughts and ideas more easily accessible to the reader?
All the stories for both questions are in the attached file

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There must be no plagiarism and no sources needed it has to be what you already know about these topics

This is an essay on 8 different topics. I want 2 paragraphs for each topic. There must be no plagiarism and no sources needed it has to be what you already know about these topics

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Who are Dunbar and Du Bois’s audiences?

Compare Paul Laurence Dunbar’s “We Wear the Mask” and Du Bois’s formulation of double consciousness. Use textual evidence from both Dunbar and Du Bois to address any of the following interrelated questions: Who are Dunbar and Du Bois’s audiences? Are Dunbar’s and Du Bois’s thoughts harmonious? Do they fit well together, or do they diverge? What stylistic, philosophical, or other sorts of differences arise from the treatment of the same problem in both poetry (Dunbar) and nonfiction prose (Du Bois)? How do these works disrupt the notion of the happy Black person?

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Also, discuss and analyze which sin the person committed.

https://wyomingcatholic.edu/wp-content/uploads/dante-01-inferno.pdfDiscuss two characters (besides Dante) that Dante encounters in Hell (Beatrice is not in Hell). Why do you feel it’s important that he has this interaction? Also, discuss and analyze which sin the person committed. (1 to 1 ½ pages; upload under “Content”)

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-references

Character analysis must have 5 main components
-Title
-Intro
-Passages (give 5-6 passages accompanied by a short paragraph for each explaining how the passage supports the thesis.
-Conclusion
-References

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Your essay must include a thesis statement and textual evidence from each reading.

Consider what each text — “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson and “Shooting an Elephant” by George Orwell — is trying to suggest about the relationship between civilization and violence. Your essay must include a thesis statement and textual evidence from each reading.

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If the grammar or structure in a paper is severely flawed in such a way that your thesis and argul cannot be conveyed, or the word count is below the minimum standard, i reserve the right to fail the f

Please view our Course Writing Standards & page. This will help guide you on paper format, tone, a
proper academic research (ie. how to avoid failing due to plagiarism).
General Standards for Papers
Papers should be in a standard 12-point font (e.g. Times New Roman or Cambria), with 1″ x 1.25″ ma
and double-spaced. Pages must be numbered and labeled according to MLA conventions. The heade
left-hand side of the first page) should include your name, the date, the course, and the name of your
instructor.
I will be taking grammar, spelling, and structure into account- good ideas cannot be communicated wi
form. If the grammar or structure in a paper is severely flawed in such a way that your thesis and argul
cannot be conveyed, or the word count is below the minimum standard, I reserve the right to fail the f
encourage students who find essay writing challenging to first submit their work to TC Tutoring Servin
(903-510-2577). Their student tutors usually get comments back to you within 24 weekday hours.
Directions
Papers should thoroughly address one of the options below in a double-spaced 1-1.5 page essay (mini
250 words in the body text). Papers of insufficient length will receive a penalty up to a possible grade o
Submit your completed paper on ONE of the following options here by attaching a .doc, .dox, or.pdff
follows the standards for papers listed at the link below.
INDIA – Essay 2 Options
Option 1 (Philosophy) The Four Noble Truths: describe the Four Noble Truths and their importance as
presented by the Buddha.

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3-5 typed, double-spaced pages).

See the essay instructions below. Your essay must meet the minimum requirements to receive full credit for a first publish.
1. Write an essay in which you compare a particular scientific explanation of the origin and/or structure of the world and a similar religious creation narrative/myth, such as one found in the “Portfolio of Creation Myths” or in a book or website containing a variety of such myths.
Submit your essay as an attached document in Microsoft Word in one of the following formats: .doc or .pdf.
2. It should include a heading (also double-spaced) in the upper left corner with the following information: Your name, title of course, instructor’s name, due date, and the prompt number you’ve chosen.
3. It should include a title that reflects the focus of your essay. This title should not simply repeat the title of one or more of our readings. It should be centered and follow the heading.
4. The final publish should between 750-1250 words (approx. 3-5 typed, double-spaced pages). Upon submitting a first publish, you should either form a peer review group, visit the ASC at Triton, submit your paper to the online tutoring service on MWL, and/or schedule an individual conference with your instructor to receive feedback. I will be grading final publishs only.
5. It should adhere to MLA style guidelines regarding correct use and citation of sources. While you are not required to do research for this essay, you will be using two primary sources (either texts from our book or films) that you will be comparing and contrasting. These sources should be properly cited in the body of the essay; in addition, each source used must have a separate entry on the Works Cited page.