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Pick one example from the books (heavy: an american memoir or heads of the colored people: stories) that had an impact or touched you, and explain why.

In at least 50 words, answer the following:
Pick one example from the books (Heavy: An American Memoir or Heads of the Colored People: Stories) that had an impact or touched you, and explain why.
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You will then receive feedback from your instructor to help you revise for the final submission.

Remember that this essay begins with an introduction and summary of Sherman Alexie’s “Superman and Me,” and then shares your own personal story regarding an experience you’ve had with education. You will then receive feedback from your instructor to help you revise for the final submission.
Remember – the writing process started with pre-writing and early drafting in Assignments 1 and 2. Refer to that work and use instructor feedback to incorporate any changes that might be effective now. For this draft, also add your conclusion paragraph and format the essay in APA style.
This “shitty first draft” is not graded on the quality of your work, but is instead evaluated upon:
An attempt at all five paragraphs
An introduction with an attempted thesis
Three body paragraphs, written in chronological order
A conclusion
Utilization of the writing process by showing growth from feedback on Assignment 1 and 2
Use of APA template for paper formatting

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There are no limits on how many sources you need, but there must be a source to back up thoughts and analysis.

There are no limits on how many sources you need, but there must be a source to back up thoughts and analysis. I will upload proper assignment instructions. Please choose option 1 or 2 (there are 6 listed but I’d like option 1 or 2) thank you.

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• an appropriate and consistent point-of-view—third-person is highly recommended.

Essay is to be based off a previously written discussion post (I will include after contract has started) the previous discussion is the starting point for you to expand on and do additional research to complete essay.
I will add the grading rubric in an attachment
Requirements
• 6 or more sources.
• Formal writing style, no mechanical or grammatical errors.
• Clear and focused thesis that is supported with evidence from the sources.
• MLA conventions for formatting, in-text citations and Works Cited page.
• Times New Roman, 12pt. font, double spaced.
• An appropriate and consistent point-of-view—third-person is highly recommended.

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How might the novel be read as a kind of prophetic warning that we need to awaken out of our passivity and complacency and address the global crisis presented by rapid climate change, which is affecting many areas of our lives through issues such as immigration, extreme weather events, fight for natural and economic resources, species die-offs, etc.?

READ THIS FIRST VERY CAREFULLY.
THIS ESSAY IS BASED ON A NOVEL OF 350 PAGES. YOU WILL HAVE TO READ ENTIRE NOVEL. THIS ASSIGNMENT REQUIRES AT LEAST 20 OR MORE THAN 20 (IN TEXT CITATIONS). WITHOUT READING YOU WONT BE ABLE TO WORK ON THIS ESSAY. SO PLEASE ONLY BID IF YOU LIKE NOVEL ESSAY READING
THE NOVEL WILL BE ATTACHED IN THE INSTRUCTIONS
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS VERY VERY CAREFULLY IT REQUIRES A HIGH QUIALITY ENGLISH RESPONSE SO PLEASE ONLY ACCEPT IF YOU HAVE MASTERS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
PLEASE READ EACH AND EVERY SINGLE INSTRUCTION VERY CAREFULLY
This paper should be between 1,200-1,750 words in length. Provide a word-count at the end of the paper. Also include a works cited page and provide citations in the text of your essay in accordance with the MLA citation method. Double-space your essay and use 14-point Times New Roman font. Save and submit in Word format. Also remember to type your name at the top of the essay.
Please note: Plagiarism will result in automatic assignment failure.
For reference, please see the following: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PlagiarismLinks to an external site.
READ VERY CAREFULLY AND UNDERSTAND THE QUESTION
PAPER TOPIC
Please write one single essay only in which you respond to one or more of the below. Be certain to quote from the novel in making your argument.
Consider the symbolism and meaning in the novel of the various snakes (literal and metaphorical, like the tornado). In what way does the novel figure the snake goddess, Manasa Devi, and her various natural, mythical, and metaphorical incarnations as a conduit between the human and the natural world? In what manner are these various natural, mythical, and metaphorical snakes trying to reach out to the human in order to reconnect it with nature and the environment?
Consider the various implications of the novel’s repeating of the gun merchant’s seventeenth-century story of travel and drama to the current-day story of migrants such as Rafi and Tipu? In what ways does Cinta try to help Deen make sense of this repetition as a meaningful pattern in history that helps to connect us both with our past and with our possible futures?
Consider Cinta’s explanation of our modern climate-change denial and obliviousness, and of our addiction to a consumerist world of pleasure and ease, to the demonic possession of the individual’s will in earlier periods of human history. How might the novel be read as a kind of prophetic warning that we need to awaken out of our passivity and complacency and address the global crisis presented by rapid climate change, which is affecting many areas of our lives through issues such as immigration, extreme weather events, fight for natural and economic resources, species die-offs, etc.?
Consider the novel as an effort to connect modern scientific and materialist understanding of the world with historical mythical and spiritual understanding of the world. What role does the relationship between Cinta and Deen play in this argumentative theme of the novel? You might also want to consider Cinta’s multifarious understanding of the world (through the lenses of science, history, myth, religion, etc.) as an effort to help us as humans to feel at home in a fast-changing modern world that so often seems hostile to our instinct and effort to feel at home in our environment?

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Using the article attached reply to the question “how has money evolved from aft

Using the article attached reply to the question “How has money evolved from after to digital currencies ?”

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Assignment: annotated bibliography: #1. in this assignment, teacher candidates w

Assignment: Annotated Bibliography:
#1. In this assignment, teacher candidates will work individually to create an annotated bibliography of 10 children’s books that connect to a common theme or topic related to social justice or diversity.
2. The bibliography should include both fiction and nonfiction texts, contain a range in reading levels (K-12) and represent a variety of genres and types of text (picture books, informational, novels, etc). Include at least two fiction and two nonfiction, and at least three different genres represented. At least one book should be a novel/chapter book
*The bibliography should be titled and contain a short introductory paragraph explaining the overall theme of the list and why you selected that theme.
*Each title entry should follow APA format and contain a 40-75 word desсrіption of the book and its connection to your social justice/diversity theme. This desсrіption needs to be in your OWN words. The entries should be listed alphabetically.
Each entry should follow this format exactly:
Author last name, author first initials. (Year of publication). Title of book. Publication city, publication state: Publishing company. Keywords: list the overall themes of each book. Recommended grade level: Genre, Picture book or novel:
Short paragraph describing book.
Example:
Bunting, E. (1993). Fly away home. New York, NY: Houghton Mifflin. Keywords: homelessness, poverty, family. Recommended grade level: 2-4. Genre: Realistic Fiction, picture book. This book explores the concept of homelessness as it follows the story of a young boy and father. The two live in the airport, moving between terminals, trying not to get noticed by airport security and staff. One day, the young boy discovers a bird that is trapped in the airport and finds some hope for his own life when the bird gets free.

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I would like to assign this assignment to a writer who has read the book into the wilds by jon krakuer and has a good understanding of the main character chris mcindless and the author jon krakuebcir.

All the instructions for this assignmnet is on the doc called Chris Mcindless & Jon Krakauer article instructions that I uploaded. Please take a look at that. Basically you need to write an article that could be used for a magzine that compares and contrast tha chracter Chris Mcindless from the book Into The Wild and the author of the book Jon Krakauer. I would like to assign this assignment to a writer who has read the book Into The Wilds by Jon Krakuer and has a good understanding of the main character Chris Mcindless and the author Jon Krakuebcir. If you have not read the book don’t do this assignment.

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Why or why not?

We are going to do a “deep dive” into William Carlos Williams’ most read poetry. Copy and paste these questions into a Word document. Below each one, answer in a sentence or two.
Begin your answer by restating the main question. This is an important skill to master as you write essays not only for your English classes, but, for example, as you answer essay questions on exams in other subject areas.
When Williams originally published the poem anthologized here as “The Red Wheelbarrow” in his 1923 collection Spring and All, it appeared without a title, under the roman numerals xxii. Over the course of many reprintings, the poem seems to have acquired the title “The Red Wheelbarrow.” Some literary critics, however, see this title as going against Williams’s intentions. What difference does it make whether the poem is titled “The Red Wheelbarrow” or marked only with a number? How does reading the poem with or without a title affect your understanding of its meaning?
Sample answer: When I read the poem without the title, . . . .
“The Red Wheelbarrow” does not have a regular meter, but each stanza consists of one line made up of three words followed by a line consisting of a single two-syllable word. What is the effect of this pattern?
Why do you think Williams chose to split the compound words wheelbarrow and rainwater with line breaks? How does the printed division of these words change your understanding of them by making you focus on their parts?
The only example of figurative language in “The Red Wheelbarrow” is the word glazed, in line 5. What does this word mean? What does it mean to describe a wheelbarrow as “glazed” with rain?
The speaker of “The Red Wheelbarrow” tells us immediately that “so much depends upon” the wheelbarrow, but he never actually specifies what exactly that “so much” is. What do you think the speaker means? What is it that “depends” on the wheelbarrow?
Does the title “This Is Just to Say” function, in some ways, as the poem’s first line? Why or why not? What does the word just mean in this context?
In his interview with John W. Gerber in 1950, Williams claimed that “This Is Just to Say” is “metrically absolutely regular.” In fact, the poem has no regular metrical patterns—there is no discernible order to the stresses and syllable counts in each line. Do you see any other kinds of structures or patterns in the poem?
There is no punctuation in “This Is Just to Say,” but the word “Forgive,” which opens the third stanza, is capitalized. What is the effect of this capitalization? Why might Williams have wanted to mark some kind of separation between this final stanza and the previous two stanzas?
The speaker of “This Is Just to Say” concludes by describing the taste of the plums he has just eaten: “so sweet / and so cold.” Do you think these lines are intended to replace the experience of eating the plums for the person who was saving them for breakfast? How might this description work as a kind of repayment? What point about the nature and responsibilities of representation migbciht Williams be making here?

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If you have not read the book don’t do this assignment.

All the instructions for this assignmnet is on the doc called Chris Mcindless & Jon Krakauer article instructions that I uploaded. Please take a look at that. Basically you need to write an article that could be used for a magzine that compares and contrast tha chracter Chris Mcindless from the book Into The Wild and the author of the book Jon Krakauer. I would like to assign this assignment to a writer who has read the book Into The Wilds by Jon Krakuer and has a good understanding of the main character Chris Mcindless and the author Jon Krakuebcir. If you have not read the book don’t do this assignment.