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Chapter 37 and 39-45 tell a traditionally structured story about Joseph’s betray

Chapter 37 and 39-45 tell a traditionally structured story about Joseph’s betrayal at the hands of his brothers, his redemption from slavery into wealth and power, and finally his reunion with his family in Egypt. Chapter 38 is very different though. What are at least two ways that Chapter 38 is unlike the rest of the passage? Why do you think this chapter was included in the book of Genesis, and why do you think it was placed where it was (in the middle of Joseph’s story).

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Choose one of the trains of thought utilized by Woolf in The Mark on the Wall. I

Choose one of the trains of thought utilized by Woolf in The Mark on the Wall. In a well-composed essay, examine how this segment relates to the story as a whole. Utilize at least 2 examples relating this train of thought to the theme of discovery.

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How do writers use figurative language, foreshadowing, and symbolic objects to h

How do writers use figurative language, foreshadowing, and symbolic objects to help readers gain a deeper understanding of their stories? What is revealed through such examples as Adichie’s garden and serpent in “Tomorrow …”, Carver’s use of light and alcohol in “What We Talk About …”, Lim’s paper house in “Paper”, Sembene’s use of Noumbe’s heart medicine in “Her Three Days”, or Tan’s piano and the musical pieces in “Two Kinds”? Focus on any two stories, and feel free to use other examples.
My thesis.
The figurative language used by Lahiri in “When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine” and Langston Hughes in “Salvation” performs well to help readers understand unfamiliar objects, add color to the text, and makes complexity.
This is for my college English 102 class.

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This TMA accounts for 6 per cent of your assessment mark for the module. When yo

This TMA accounts for 6 per cent of your assessment mark for the module. When you have completed the TMA, please submit, ensuring the work arrives no later than 23 January 2023. For information on how to submit your work see the Assessment information for Arts modules.
There is a single part to TMA 03:
Write a critique of work and discussion that has been posted on your tutor group forum. This critique should be 1000 words long.
The critique should be about writing that has been posted on the forum by your fellow students. It should not be about any of your own creative writing posted on the forum, though it may touch on your writing practice and include discussion of some of your comments posted on the forum.
Guidance notes
See the guidance notes for TMA 03 in the A363 Assessment Guide. This guide is supplied as a printed booklet and is also available on the module website. You should also check the section on ‘Forum work and TMA 03’.
Put a word count at the end of your TMA. You may lose marks if you do not keep to the word count. The word count Is 1000 not 1100.

Please look at the assessment guidelines I have attached, look at TMA03.
PLEASE BE ON STAND BY AS I SEND YOU THE DISCUSSION, I AM STILL WAITING FOR THE DISCUSSIONS TO COME IN.

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Classic English literature

How do writers use figurative language, foreshadowing, and symbolic objects to h

How do writers use figurative language, foreshadowing, and symbolic objects to help readers gain a deeper understanding of their stories? What is revealed through such examples as Adichie’s garden and serpent in “Tomorrow …”, Carver’s use of light and alcohol in “What We Talk About …”, Lim’s paper house in “Paper”, Sembene’s use of Noumbe’s heart medicine in “Her Three Days”, or Tan’s piano and the musical pieces in “Two Kinds”? Focus on any two stories, and feel free to use other examples.
My thesis.
The figurative language used by Lahiri in “When Mr. Pirzada Came to Dine” and Langston Hughes in “Salvation” performs well to help readers understand unfamiliar objects, add color to the text, and makes complexity.
This is for my college English 102 class.

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Write a letter to one of the characters in “sweat” Objective: Relate to themes a

Write a letter to one of the characters in “sweat”
Objective: Relate to themes and characters in the play; synthesize and connect to the material and themes of ” Sweat” through writing and composing a letter to a character in the play.
Write a letter in real time and in first person to one of the character’s in SWEAT- relate to them from what you know of their story- ask them questions- give them advice- tell them about your life and why you related to them or why you wanted to send them a letter.
I’ve included a PDF file for the 2 ACTS of the play,
Thank you

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Classic English literature

Write a letter to one of the characters in “sweat” Objective: Relate to themes a

Write a letter to one of the characters in “sweat”
Objective: Relate to themes and characters in the play; synthesize and connect to the material and themes of ” Sweat” through writing and composing a letter to a character in the play.
Write a letter in real time and in first person to one of the character’s in SWEAT- relate to them from what you know of their story- ask them questions- give them advice- tell them about your life and why you related to them or why you wanted to send them a letter.
I’ve included a PDF file for the 2 ACTS of the play,
Thank you

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In Week 1 Content, a short section is available from a textbook, They Say/I Say:

In Week 1 Content, a short section is available from a textbook, They Say/I Say: The Moves that Matter in Academic Writing with Readings by Graff and Birkenstein. Please read over that section. As you read over the material, take notes on your response to it. You will use those notes in your response to this discussion.
Consider the following questions at you take notes:
What is the article’s main point? Do you agree or disagree? Why?
What does your experience tell you about this situation?
Do the template strategies introduced work? Why? Why not?
What does the evidence say?
In this discussion topic, you will post a short descriiption of, section of, and response to, Graff and Birkenstein’s material. 1. After reading over the Graff and Birkenstein material and taking notes on your response, please post a short paragraph of Graff and Birkenstein’s argument about academic writing. In other words, you are describing, in a short paragraph, what Graff and Birkenstein say in this chapter.
2. The chapter has a list of templates from pages 22-27. Copy and paste one of these templates into this discussion post response. Then write a single sentence explaining how the template is meant to be used, according to Graff and Birkenstein.
3. Choose one sample from one of the templates. Write your own sentence, filing in the blanks.

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By the due date assigned, post your annotated bibliography entry for a scholarly

By the due date assigned, post your annotated bibliography entry for a scholarly article to the discussion area. By the end of the week, respond to your classmates’ posts with your feedback, questions, and suggestions.
For this assignment, find a scholarly article on your Week 4 short story (Alice Walker Everyday Use) in the SUO Library. Find a scholarly source examining the short story that was the focus of your Week 4 rough draft (Alice Walker Everyday use). Do not use popular publications, such as summaries from Masterplots or The Introduction to Literary Context, or other media that are not research oriented.
Post an annotation of your source to the discussion board. Your annotation should include:
A complete APA citation of your scholarly article
A paragraph of summary of the key points presented in your source
A paragraph explaining the source’s quality and how it is relevant to your analytical essay
Here is an example of an annotated APA entry (not an actual source):
Smith, A. (2016). Journey into the unknown. American Literature, 22(3), 4-5.
This article compares Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “Young Goodman Brown” and Eudora Welty’s “A Worn Path,” discussing the protagonists’ journeys as a focal point. The article examines these two main characters and their different paths in life. Those paths led Young Goodman Brown and Phoenix Jackson into the forest on very different quests, but both were determined to take these journeys that were emotional, meaningful, and dangerous.
Smith’s article offered a fascinating perspective on the motives and outcomes of these two disparate characters and their life paths that led them into the unknown. I gained a better understanding of my character, Phoenix Jackson, by reading this article and contrasting her with Young Goodman Brown. There are several quotations and ideas I will be able to incorporate into my final draft.
Examples of Journals with Scholarly Articles:
Studies in Short Fiction
The Explicator
Modern Fiction Studies
Language and Literature
Critique
Modern Language Notes
Nineteenth-Century Fiction
Twentieth-Century Literature
Your replies to classmates should be at least a paragraph in length and made with an eye to expand, clarify, defend, and/or refine their thoughts. Consider asking questions to further meaningful conversation. Participation must be completed by the end of the week to earn credit.
I have attached the website for the scholarly article i would like for you to use
https://www.jstor.org/action/doBasicSearch?Query=Alice+walker+everyday+use
In Spite of It All: A Reading of Alice Walker’s “Everyday Use”
Sam Whitsitt
African American Review, Vol. 34, No. 3 (Autumn, 2000), pp. 443-459
…All: A Reading of Alice Walker’s ” Everyday Use ” Perhaps the most resonant quality of quiltmaking is the promise of creating unity amongst disparate elements, of establishing connections in the midst of fragmen- tation. (Kelley 176) Walker’s peculiar sound, the specific mode through which her deepening of self- knowledge and…

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By the due date assigned, post your annotated bibliography entry for a scholarly

By the due date assigned, post your annotated bibliography entry for a scholarly article to the discussion area. By the end of the week, respond to your classmates’ posts with your feedback, questions, and suggestions.
For this assignment, find a scholarly article on your Week 4 short story (Alice Walker Everyday Use) in the SUO Library. Find a scholarly source examining the short story that was the focus of your Week 4 rough publish (Alice Walker Everyday use). Do not use popular publications, such as summaries from Masterplots or The Introduction to Literary Context, or other media that are not research oriented.
Post an annotation of your source to the discussion board. Your annotation should include:
A complete APA citation of your scholarly article
A paragraph of summary of the key points presented in your source
A paragraph explaining the source’s quality and how it is relevant to your analytical essay
Here is an example of an annotated APA entry (not an actual source):
Smith, A. (2016). Journey into the unknown. American Literature, 22(3), 4-5.
This article compares Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “Young Goodman Brown” and Eudora Welty’s “A Worn Path,” discussing the protagonists’ journeys as a focal point. The article examines these two main characters and their different paths in life. Those paths led Young Goodman Brown and Phoenix Jackson into the forest on very different quests, but both were determined to take these journeys that were emotional, meaningful, and dangerous.
Smith’s article offered a fascinating perspective on the motives and outcomes of these two disparate characters and their life paths that led them into the unknown. I gained a better understanding of my character, Phoenix Jackson, by reading this article and contrasting her with Young Goodman Brown. There are several quotations and ideas I will be able to incorporate into my final publish.
Examples of Journals with Scholarly Articles:
Studies in Short Fiction
The Explicator
Modern Fiction Studies
Language and Literature
Critique
Modern Language Notes
Nineteenth-Century Fiction
Twentieth-Century Literature
Your replies to classmates should be at least a paragraph in length and made with an eye to expand, clarify, defend, and/or refine their thoughts. Consider asking questions to further meaningful conversation. Participation must be completed by the end of the week to earn credit.
I have attached the website for the scholarly article i would like for you to use
https://www.jstor.org/action/doBasicSearch?Query=Alice+walker+everyday+use
In Spite of It All: A Reading of Alice Walker’s “Everyday Use”
Sam Whitsitt
African American Review, Vol. 34, No. 3 (Autumn, 2000), pp. 443-459
…All: A Reading of Alice Walker’s ” Everyday Use ” Perhaps the most resonant quality of quiltmaking is the promise of creating unity amongst disparate elements, of establishing connections in the midst of fragmen- tation. (Kelley 176) Walker’s peculiar sound, the specific mode through which her deepening of self- knowledge and…