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-Choose from the following essay prompts. You may create your own topic, with approval, if you consult me before 2 December. You must use secondary sources appropriate to your topic in both focus and quantity. Your paper should demonstrate a grasp of both the primary text (s) you choose to write on and the critical materials available. This means that you must show an understanding of the reliability of critical materials, how to find scholarly criticism, and an ability to judge whether a work is dated or current. While some topics will have more or less critical materials available than others, I advise a 3-4 sources minimum. You may wish to consider biographical materials, letters, print history, journals, or other such sources as well.

1.Several of the authors we have studied seem to be inspired by or interested in each other\’s work. Consider two or more authors relationships (personal or purely literary) and how they can inform their writings. Is it a mutual influence? Does a later author alter the way we read an earlier one? Try to consider as many levels in the texts as possible, such as allusions, style, setting, themes,
argumentative purposes, or even related texts and biographical information.

2.Hemingway\’s In Our Time is both deceptively simply in language yet shows significant interest in form and style. How is style a part of the content of the collection? Does style relate to the content, or does style prevent the reader from noticing the \’deep\’ structural and political interests of the book? How does the style change across the different versions of the work?

3.Several texts we have read are described by critics as artistic reactions to major conflicts among the social forces that arose from \”modernity\” in America, and many of the works we have studied reflect these social imbalances (ie: class, gender, race, war, colonialism, economics, etcetera).
Consider one or more text (s) by taking into account how they respond to their cultural and historical circumstances.

4.Douglass\’s Narrative of the life went through revisions for the Dublin edition, and this is the only version of the text over which he had direct editorial control. Yet, when he quotes from Narrative of the life in his later works, he invariably uses the earlier Boston edition rather than the Dublin edition. What does this mean for his revisions? Were they unimportant, or could there be other.

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