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Where do they begin and end? or one long sentence, for example?).

For this assignment you will choose one of the Sample Poems from Chapter I, Descriiptive Details in The
Strategic Poet (there are six Sample Poems in the chapter).
Using language and concepts from class discussion and readings, including the course outline, conduct a short critical analysis of your chosen poem. Consider both form and content, paying close attention to Minot’s five fundamental qualities that distinguish poetry from prose as well as the questions for analyzing poetry from the Little Brown Handbook (both are on the last page of the course outline I have inlcuded a download of the course outline in the download). In addition, you will want to consider diction and the overall tone of the poem you choose which is Aunt Ed by besty throne, and you will need to consider why the choices made by the writer are effective (or ineffective!) in the overall structure and impact of the poem. When thinking about form and structure, you might consider things such as line breaks, stanza breaks, and sentences (Is the poem composed of separate sentences, and
where do they begin and end? or one long sentence, for example?).
This is not a research or argumentative academic assignment. However, you will still need to make direct reference to specific examples from the poem to illustrate and support what you have to say. And the assignment should be well organised and thoughtfully written utilizing correct grammar.

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Instructions have been provided as a word document

Instructions have been provided as a word document
English language in India
It’s important to know the Anglo-Saxon and the start of english and its immigration to different countries specifically India for this paper (highly relevant to this paper)

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You may also, for a long article, choose to summarize a portion of an article (say, 10 pages or so).

This paper will be on the scholarly article I have attached: “Metaphors of a Mestiza Consciousness: Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera”
I have also attached the essay’s instructions, but have copied the important info below.
Write at least 2 pages that summarize what you see as the significant arguments of the article. As with all summaries, make sure that you are presenting the ideas of the article accurately, clearly, and in your own words. The standard rule is that you are plagiarizing if you use a three-word phrase or more without quotes. There are circumstances where the use of one word, or the substitution of words without changing the sentence structure, constitutes plagiarism. You may use some quotes here, but only rarely. The point is for you to determine the main ideas and state them in your own language. You may also, for a long article, choose to summarize a portion of an article (say, 10 pages or so). If you do this, you must designate in the title of your paper what pages you are covering.
When you have summarized, write at least 2 pages in addition in which you respond to the article, focusing on your evaluation of the ideas and the use you to which might put thEm.

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I have a 3 page publish written down, i need to add 2 more pages and you can edit the whole paper.

I have a 3 page publish written down, I need to add 2 more pages and you can edit the whole paper. The link to the article is this https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(21)01609-3/fulltext
Summarize a scholarly article (describe the main points in your own words with one to two paragraphs) and then write a personal response, indicating your views on the topic, providing concrete examples and experiences from your life. A thoughtful, insightful, and informed discussion of the topic is expected.

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Pratt’s ideas about the contact zone will also be useful to you here.

Prompt: Thinking of Bruce-Novoa’s argument, discuss the significance of Cabeza de Vaca’s transformation from a conquistador to a slave to a trader to a healer. Pratt’s ideas about the contact zone will also be useful to you here.

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If you have any other questions do tell!

I will put all the instructions in the files. Take your time as the subject is a bit much and follow the directions, please.
the feedback file talks about the essay of 377284346, the asked question file is question me and few friends asked, the Adobe Scan is chapter 9 about Rogerian Argument.
If you have any other questions do tell!

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Absoulutly no plagerism

Cause and Effect Toulmin Argument Essay
PLEASE FOLLOW ALL THE STEPS LISTED BELOW, IF THESE STEPS ARE NOT ALL COMPLETED, I WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING THE PAPER OR OUTLINE
1. Read over the “Thesis/Outline Assignment instructions”
2. Read over the “Thesis/Outline Grading Rubric”
3. If there are any questions about the requirements or grading rubric, please contact me so I can clarify
4. Read “Chapter 3.5-3.8” which I have attached in PDF form
(THIS WILL EXPLAIN HOW THE “CAUSE AND EFFECT TOULMIN ARGUMENT ESSAY” SHOULD BE STRUCTURED AND WRITTEN.)
**** PAY VERY CLOSE ATTENTION BECAUSE IF THE ESSAY IS NOT WRITTEN IN THIS WAY, IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED****
5. READ “Chapter 15” which I have attached in PDF form
(I excluded the MLA and Turabian examples because the outline you will be writing should only be in APA format)
****PLEASE FOLLOW THE APA OUTLINE EXAMPLE IN THIS CHAPTER TO WRITE YOUR OUTLINE, IF THE OUTLINE DOES NOT FOLLOW THE SAME FORMAT AS THE EXAMPLE IN THIS CHAPTER, THEN IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED****
6. Write the Thesis/Outline in APA format, following the “Thesis/Outline Assignment instructions” and “Thesis/Outline Grading Rubric”
PLEASE NOTE
-it should be written based on one of the two prompts located within the “Thesis/Outline Assignment instructions” (choose whichever of the two prompts listed that you feel like you can write the best on)
-should include the references that you intend to use in the paper
-references need to be academically credible
-thesis/outline should be very well written so that I know the essay will be written with the highest quality
-needs to include everything on the grading rubric and assignment instructions, if it is not, then I will return it until it does and is of high quality
7. Now send me the thesis/outline that you have completed so that I can verify that all instructions were followed and that it is of the highest quality.
8. Once I approve that the thesis/outline followed all the instructions, and meets all the grading criteria, I will tell you to begin writing the “cause and effect Toulmin argument essay” based off of the thesis/outline that you provided.
********NOTE THAT BEFORE WRITING THE ESSAY, YOU NEED TO READ THE “Cause and Effect Toulmin Essay Assignment Instructions” AND “THE “Cause and Effect Toulmin Essay Grading Rubric”******* BOTH OF THESE NEED TO BE FOLLOWED EXACTLY SO THAT ALL CRITERIA IS MET, I WILL REVIEW THE FINAL PAPER SUBMITTED TO MYSELF TO ENSURE IT IS WRITTEN AT THE HIGHEST QUALITY LEVEL POSSIBLE AND THAT ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS AND GRADING RUBRIC WAS FOLLOWED
ABSOULUTLY NO PLAGERISM
AND PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU NEED CLARIFICATION ON ANYTHING WRITTEN ABOVE.

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Essay 1 — rhetorical analysis (4-5 pages)

Essay 1 — Rhetorical Analysis (4-5 pages)
Schedule of Stages and Due Dates Below
In our first unit, we read Jeffrey Cohen’s “Monster Culture” and his seven theses that discuss the relationship between monster’s and culture. For your first essay, you will write a comparative analysis of the two of Cohen’s theses.
Your argument should be rooted in picking one key term that appears in both theses and analyzing how Cohen defines and uses this word between the ideas in the two theories. Examples can include, but are not limited to: monster, body, culture, escape, or history.
Please be sure that your thesis statement summarizes
HOW each Cohen defines this word in each thesis (according to your argument),
HOW each thesis’s uses of the word are in conversation with each other, and
WHY is this conversation important (i.e. what more do we learn about Cohen’s argument that he does not state explicitly)?
In some point in your analysis, your discussion should address the following questions:
1. What is the “they say” to which Cohen is responding in these theses?
2. What is your motivation in exploring this word?
3. What is the proof of the definition that you provide? (Note: your proof should go beyond a one-or-two-sentence definition that the author offers in their introductions)
4. How do the authors say what they say? (Analyze at least one rhetorical strategy)
“Monster theory” must therefore concern itself with strings of cultural moments, connected by a logic that always threatens to shift; invigorated by change and escape, by the impossibility of achieving what Susan Stewart calls the desired “fall or death, the stopping” of its gigantic subject, monstrous interpretation is as much process as epiphany, a work that most content itself with fragments (footprints, bones, talismans, teeth, shadows, obscured glimpses—signifiers of monstrous passing that stand in for the monstrous body itself).” (thesis 2)
“The monster is the abjected fragment that enables the formation of all kinds of identities—personal, national, cultural, economic, sexual, psychological, universal, particular (even if that “particular” identity is an embrace of the power/status/knowledge of abjection itself); as such it reveals their partiality, their contiguity.” (thesis 6)
I will use these two pieces of evidence for my essay. Fragment is the word I have chosen to work with.
The use of “fragment” in Thesis 2 is being used to represent the physical aspect of the monster such as its body parts to signify monstrous aura.
The use of “fragment” in Thesis 6 is used to show the monster is an absolute representation of the forming of multiple aspects of identity, of which monsters border that reveals why we like to fear them.
While “fragment” aligns in both theses in its purpose to represent, they differ in what they are describing such as a physical body parts or personal identity.

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– times new roman size 12 font

Read the following article, choose one of the prompt(s) below, and respond by writing a one-page reflection, minimum, in MLA format. Your response should make a claim, providing evidence and/or experience to support it.
Your response should be written with appropriate grammar, composition, spelling, and creative title in order to receive full credit. If you choose to use additional sources, use in-text citations to avoid plagiarism.
Be sure that your submission follows MLA format, including the following set-up:
– Proper Header and Page Number
– Proper Heading (Military style date)
– Creative title (capitalized)
– Times New Roman size 12 font
– Indentation required
(See attached example)
Prompts:
1. What are your thoughts about microplastics? Explain.
2. What is one main idea that you find most remarkable (meaning, “most worthy of a remark” — so it can be interesting, concerning, confusing, alarming, offensive, etc.)? What is it that you find so remarkable? Explain.

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The drawbridge exercise:

Who is responsible for the death of the queen?

The Drawbridge Exercise:

Every time he left for a visit to his outlying districts, the jealous and powerful king warned his young, pretty wife: “Do not leave the castle while I am gone, or I will punish you when I return!”

But the king took many trips, and as the years passed, the young queen grew lonely. Despite her husband’s warnings, she decided one day to venture outside the castle and take a boyfriend, who lived in the countryside nearby.

The castle was situated on an island in a wide, fast-flowing river. A drawbridge linked the island to the mainland at the narrowest point in the river.

“Surely my husband will not return before me,” she thought, and ordered the servant to lower the drawbridge and leave it down until she returned. After spending the afternoon with her boyfriend, the young queen returned to the drawbridge–Only to find it blocked by a gateman wildly waving a long, cruel knife.

“Do not attempt to cross this bridge, Queen, or I will have to kill you,” he cried. “The King ordered me to do so.”

Fearing for her life, the queen returned to her boyfriend and asked him for help. “Our relationship is only a romantic one,” he said. – “I cannot risk trouble with the King. I will not help.”

The queen then sought out a boatman on the river, explained her plight to him and asked him to take her across the river in his boat. “I will do it, but only if you pay the money: five marks.”

“But I have no money with me!” the queen protested. “That is too bad. No money, no, ride,” the boatman said flatly.

Her fear growing, the queen ran crying to the home of a friend and, after explaining her desperate situation, begged for enough money to pay the boatman his fee.

“If you had not disobeyed your husband this would not have happened,” the friend said. “I will give you no money.”

With dawn approaching and her last resource exhausted, the queen returned to the bridge in desperation, and, while waiting to cross to the castle, was killed by the gateman.

Please follow these guidelines when answering the essay question:
1. Your opening sentence must get the reader’s attention. (Do not open with a question or a quotation. Use your imagination to create an original thought that is a complete sentence.)
2. Your thesis sentence must be the last sentence of your introduction and answer the assigned question.
3. Your body paragraph must prove your thesis to be true.
4. Your conclusion must state why your thesis is important.
5. Each paragraph must be 5-7 sentences and the total length of your essay should be three paragraphs (introduction, body, conclusion).
6. Write only in the 3rd person. (Do not use I, you, we, us, me, or any other phrase outside of the 3rd person.)