Write a short essay on the narrator of Oroonoko. What point of view is the story told from? How trustworthy is the narrator? How does the narrator try to make her story more believable? Use quotes from the text (Be sure to surround them with “quotation marks” to show that they are from Behn’s text) to support your argument.
Your essay should be between 300 and 500 words long, should show reading comprehension of the text’s plot, show an understanding of the genre (satire or novel), of characterization, and point of view.
Read and compare both accounts(The Epic of Gilgamesh and Genesis from the Hebrew Bible) and compose a 500 to 1,000- word comparative literary analysis outlining the similarities and differences between the two tales and provide insight as to how and why these two similar stories co-exist in ancient literature. Cite the two primay sources, and, in addition, reference at least one secondary source that offers scholarly analysis of the topic.
Use the MLA style format with proper citations, quotes, and works cited.
Link below for The Epic of Gilgamesh and Genesis from the Hebrew Bible
Did Genesis Copy the Epic of Gilgamesh?
How would you explain the notion of epic poetry to someone who never heard about it?
Where would you start?
What is an epic poem?
What makes it “epic”?
Which are some of the main characteristics of an epic poem (OUTLINED in my posted document “Story of Writing”)?
What is the background of epic poetry and when did it start approximately?
Write about 300 words in THREE paragraphs. Do not use random web sources to answer this question. Consult the specific document attached.
Describe three traditions about the Dome of the Rock discussed in the course readings (i.e., Armstrong). How do these traditions express both continuity and discontinuity with previous traditions about the eastern hill of the city?
Minimum 1 page in length.
Armstrong Reading: https://erenow.net/common/jerusalem-one-city-three-faiths/
2 articles attached to help
Be about Greek, or anything Ancient
– not sculture, buliding
-more about the culture or events
topic flexible, ideas:roles of women
analytical paper not research paper
must not include anything about “fate”
must include the Odyssey and Iliad epic poems
This a long essay. If you haven’t read or had experience with The Canterbury Tales by Geophrey Chaucer please do not bid on this essay. The full prompt is as follows
An analysis of Chaucers portrayal of aspects of medevial life using the two characters Fryer and Wife of Bath from the general prolog. How to they ‘’measuer up’’ as citizens? As religious figures? What is the purpose of their behavior? What Chaucer saying about society? What is the message?
I have 4 sources and an annotated bib.