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ENG 494 Week 1 Individual Assignment Option 2 Romantics of Our Time

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 2 Romantics of Our Time The paper applies Romantic concepts to our modern time. The paper focuses on a single aspect of the following topics: A major Romantic author, such as John Keats, Lord Byron, or Percy Bysshe Shelley A single literary genre, such as lyric poetry A specific category of scientific, philosophical, political, religious, or economic change The paper includes specific textual evidence from at least three literary works to illustrate the application of Romantic concepts to our modern age. The paper may reference additional sources, but they are not required. **************************************************

ENG 494 Week 1 Individual Assignment The Romantic Period Option 1 The Response of the Romantics in Their Time


For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 1 The Response of the Romantics in Their Time The paper develops specific answers to the following questions: Many possible forces can shape a society. Which forces is Romantic literature responding to? What answer or answers does Romantic literature offer regarding these forces? The paper focuses on a single aspect of the following topics: A major Romantic author, such as John Keats, Lord Byron, or Percy Bysshe Shelley A single literary genre, such as lyric poetry A specific category of scientific, philosophical, political, religious, or economic change The paper includes specific textual evidence from at least three literary works to illustrate Romantics’ responses to the social forces. The paper may reference additional sources, but they are not required. **************************************************

ENG 494 Week 1 Individual Assignment The Romantic Period Option 3 Ask a Romantic

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www.snaptutorial.com ENG 494 Week 1 Individual Assignment Option 3 Ask a Romantic The paper reflects on how our modern world is the same as and different from the world of the Romantic period. The paper answers the following question: What would a Romantic say to our world regarding one of the following categories? Science Philosophy Politics Religion Economics The paper focuses on one or more of the major Romantic authors, such as John Keats, Lord Byron, or Percy Bysshe Shelley The creative response takes a specific form, such as one of the following: A time-traveler’s journal in which a selected author visits our time A first-person narrative in which the paper is written in the voice of the author visiting our time A mock interview with the author and someone from our time A paper in which the author’s quotations are applied to our time The paper includes specific textual evidence from at least three literary works as support.


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ENG 494 Week 2 Individual Assignment Option 3 Victorian Continuity and Victorian Change

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 3: Victorian Continuity and Victorian Change The paper analyzes the relationship between change and continuity as viewed through the lens of Victorian poetry. The paper analyzes the poetry of one author or examines poems by more than one author to provide different interpretations of the relationship between continuity and change. The paper includes specific textual evidence as support. ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 2 Individual Assignment Victorian Poetry Option 1 Victorians and the Past

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Option 1 Victorians and the Past The paper discusses the cause and significance of Victorian poets’ focus on the past. The paper specifically addresses those aspects of Victorian society that led to the common focus on the past. The paper analyzes one specific work or examines several texts to generate a more general argument. The paper includes specific textual evidence as support. The paper may reference additional sources, but they are not required. ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 2 Individual Assignment Victorian Poetry Option 2: Victorian Poetry and Other Arts

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 2 Victorian Poetry and Other Arts The paper addresses the following questions: Why did Victorian poets comment on the world around them through themes involving other art forms? What motivated the poets to allude to the other art forms?


What is the literary benefit of these allusions? The creative response takes a specific form, such as one of the following: A first-person paper written from the perspective of a Victorian poet, explaining what art means to him or her An imaginary dialogue between a character in a poem and the author, such as between Robert Browning and the woman in the painting ―My Last Duchess‖ Another creative idea The paper analyzes one work or examines several texts to generate a more general argument. The paper includes specific textual evidence as support. The paper may reference additional sources, but they are not required.

ENG 494 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment Women’s Role Presentation

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com The presentation focuses on the debate about women’s role in society during the Victorian age. The presentation summarizes the range of opinions about the role women should play in Victorian society as evidenced by the literature of the period.


The presentation addresses the following: Explain the implication of the opinions. Identify which views became more influential and how they differed from those that faded. The presentation references specific literary passages to illustrate the points. Major points are listed on the slides, along with detailed explanations in the speaker notes that correlate to each point. Videos, audio, photos, diagrams, or graphs may be included, as appropriate. ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 3 Individual Assignment Option 1 The Divided Victorian Self

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 1 The Divided Victorian Self The paper analyzes the meaning of the theme of the divided self. The paper addresses the following questions: Why does the theme of the divided self occur during the Victorian age? What motivates characters to divide themselves? What elements of their division do characters control and which are beyond their control?


Does the divided self reflect a divided society? How and why? Who are more likely to demonstrate divided selves, men or women? Why? How is the effect of using this division to illustrate horror or moral instruction different from using the division for comedic effect? How is the situation of the divided self best resolved? The paper focuses on a single work—such as Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde or Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest—or focuses on several texts. The paper includes specific textual references as support. The paper may reference additional sources, but they are not required. ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 3 Individual Assignment Option 2 The Romantic Self Versus the Victorian Self

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 2 The Romantic Self Versus the Victorian Self The paper compares the self in Romantic prose to the self in Victorian literature and focuses on the meaning of the changes. The paper includes specific textual evidence from at least one Romantic work and at least two Victorian works as support.


The paper may reference additional sources, but they are not required. ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 3 Individual Assignment Option 3 Who Am I Really?

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 3 Who Am I Really? The paper answers the question ―Who am I really?‖ regarding the Victorians’ divided self. The paper takes a specific creative form, such as one of the following: The paper includes specific textual evidence from examples of Victorian prose other than Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde or Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray or The Importance of Being Earnest. A dialogue between the two divided selves of the Victorian self A panel discussion about the divided Victorian self A conversation between a psychotherapist counseling the divided Victorian self to discover a truer self ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 4 Individual Assignment Option 1 Author Comparison


For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 1 Author Comparison The paper compares one author from the Modernist period with one from an earlier literary period. The paper addresses the following points: Determine how the Modernist writer’s work is new or different from the earlier author’s work. Discuss how the Modernist writer’s work represents social change in this period. The paper includes specific textual evidence from examples of both authors, as well as other authors of both periods, if appropriate, as support. ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 4 Individual Assignment Option 2 Signs of the Subconscious

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 2 Signs of the Subconscious The paper is 1,400 to 1,750 words in length.


The paper analyzes the works of one or more Modernist authors for aspects of the subconscious. The paper addresses the following points: Identify passages in which the subconscious emerges and either influences or conflicts with other characters’ rational minds or the author’s rational mind. Include a discussion of the meaning of these moments. For example, what do the moments mean in the works themselves, what do they indicate about the period, and what do they say about humanity in general? The paper includes specific textual evidence as support. The paper may reference additional sources, but they are not required. ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 5 Individual Assignment Option 1

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ENG 494 Week 5 Individual Assignment Option 2 Postmodern Literature


For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 2 Postmodern Literature The paper is 1,400 to 1,750 words in length. The paper explores the meaning of Postmodernism in British literature. The paper references at least two writers from the post–World War II period. The paper identifies elements of the text that explain the meaning of Postmodernism in British literature as well as elements of Modernism that illustrate how it differs from Postmodernism ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 5 Individual Assignment Option 3 What Happens Next?

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com Option 3 What Happens Next? The paper explores the meaning of Postmodernism in British literature.


The paper identifies what defines Postmodernism and then predicts what type of literature might follow. The paper includes specific textual evidence as support. The paper is 1,400 to 1,750 words in length. The introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points. The conclusion is logical, flows, and reviews the major points. ***********************************************************************

ENG 494 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Enduring Themes in English Literature

For more classes visit www.snaptutorial.com The paper focuses on a theme that has endured and helped to define English literature.

The paper traces the theme from the Romantic period to the 21st century.

The paper is built on one of the following themes:

What it means to be English


What it means to be British

What it means to be virtuous

The relationship between art and science

The relationship between art and politics

The relationship between the upper classes and other classes in British society

The beauty of nature and the land

How English history is portrayed in English literature

Relationships between men and women

The relationship between individual rights and freedoms and duty in Britain

Another theme approved by the instructor


The paper includes one literary work from each period to illustrate the chosen theme.

The paper explains the following:

Why the theme has endured

How the theme has changed from the Romantic period to the 21st century

How the theme has interacted with social forces

How the theme has shaped English literature

How the theme has been expressed

What has changed and what has endured A prediction of how this theme will continue to change in the coming decadesThe paper references at least eight sources to provide different interpretations of how the theme has evolved.

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