Consider how literature can be experimental or consider the impact of transgressions

Select one of the following prompts and write an essay response to it. Keep in mind the prompts are just that, and you will need to create an argument/thesis of your own based upon one of the prompts.• Consider how literature can be experimental. What are the various methods of subversion and how effective or obvious are they? What is often subverted and why? How does history and culture play into subversion in literature?• Consider the impact of transgressions. These may be social, sexual, economical, educational, geographical, natural, medical, scientific, etc. You might consider if these transgressions are good or bad. What was their overall purpose if any?PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS• Include an intro, conclusion, and argumentative thesis. Be sure to include textual evidence and a clear analysis of that evidence. You should include a Works Cited page and use MLA style parenthetical citations as well.• While there is no required page length, to form a good argument and analysis, you should shoot for around 4 complete pages.o You will need to discuss 3 different works. “Wild Geese” by Mary Oliver, “Harrison Bergeron” by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. and “Young Goodman Brown” by Nathaniel Hawthorne.• Make sure you are making an argument and not just describing/summarizing/translating the texts or giving examples of a particular idea/theme within the works. Use the texts to make one argument and not a different argument for each text.