**RE-write the linked paper below to focus on the Feminist qualities of the movi

**RE-write the linked paper below to focus on the Feminist qualities of the movie***
This paper should be a feminist analysis of the Audrey Hepburn movie My Fair Lady and should focus on the bad views of the characters and the plot. focus on how the plot of the movie is this creation/molding of the male view of the women in order for Female lead to be accepted in society.
SOURCES: 5-6 total
Academic Sources — NEED 2 at the bottom of the paper with links that I can access.
OTHER sources — Use and link 3 videos, or podcasts as other sources
can use 1-3 of the readings/videos linked below to connect to the argument as well.
https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/coretexts/_files/resources/texts/1848DeclarationofSentiments.pdf

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie- Why We Should All Be Feminists”

The Danger of A Single Story ——- https://www.ted.com/talks/chimamanda_ngozi_adichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story/transcript?language=en
Sunitha Krishnan “The fight against sex slavery” —– https://www.ted.com/talks/sunitha_krishnan_tedindia
Conflict Profiles- Select a Conflict to read about —– http://www.womensmediacenter.com/women-under-siege/conflicts
Nannette Hannah Gadsby’s – on Netflix
“This project should reflect a feminist or gendered analysis of a media “text” or the actual text of your choice. You will apply concepts we’ve studied this semester to produce a feminist/gendered reading of your selected subject. This project should be a cumulative representation of what we have discussed this semester. It should be 4-5 pages in length, using two outside academic sources, and include at least three assigned course readings, podcasts, or video/films.”

This is my final exam essay. This isn’t supposed to be general fiction analysis

This is my final exam essay. This isn’t supposed to be general fiction analysis. It must be an analysis from the perspective of feminism criticism and please refer to the lilnk for feminism critic views: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/subject_specific_writing/writing_in_literature/literary_theory_and_schools_of_criticism/feminist_criticism.html
Below is the explanations for each file.
[Final Draft Grading Rubric] Instruction from the professor (Important)
[A Real Doll_by A.M. Homes] Required reading to analyze
[Final Draft Example] Example
I’m willing to release additional bonus if I get an A, but if I get writing from you that doesn’t follow the rubrics and get a bad grade, I will make a complaint and will not release the payment. Please someone pick it up who’s willing to read the rubrics and required reading carefully and write with care.

Provide at least one example of how women’s roles changed from the colonial era

Provide at least one example of how women’s roles changed from the colonial era through the Gilded Age (up to 1890). You may want to consider some the following: perceptions of femininity/domesticity, women’s organizations/reform, women at work, and the idea of the maternal commonwealth. Your answers should address issues of class/race and incorporate at least one of the sources we have discussed so far.
Your answers cannot be comprehensive, so focus on an aspect of women’s experiences that you can compare/ trace over time.
**Please reference course materials only: textbook and/or lectures and the posted BB sources (you do not need to cite)
1. https://books.google.com/books?id=ueTtVSNEJtEC&pg=PA11&lpg=PA11&dq=Ann+Hibbens&source=bl&ots=N-1fKgaABD&sig=mFV6Q8t9jNGijTIAiMOwfgOAToU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjN6ParsszQAhVXwWMKHdtgB5wQ6AEINjAD#v=onepage&q=Ann%20Hibbens&f=false
2. https://books.google.com/books?newbks=1&newbks_redir=0&id=ueTtVSNEJtEC&q=slave+descent#v=snippet&q=slave%20descent&f=false
3. https://www.google.com/books/edition/Root_of_Bitterness/ueTtVSNEJtEC?hl=en&gbpv=1&bsq=carolina%20women%20observed
4. http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/5796
5. https://books.google.com/books?id=u28oDAAAQBAJ&pg=PA67&lpg=PA67&dq=moll+placket-hole&source=bl&ots=YNv1AJOEco&sig=ACfU3U24-tOBhuYekTAkv81_cWJWEOC8YQ&hl=en&ppis=_e&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjkv7yznN7mAhVIVd8KHZT0DecQ6AEwB3oECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q=moll%20placket-hole&f=false
6. https://www.masshist.org/digitaladams/archive/doc?id=L17760331aa
7. http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/5833/
8. https://cpb-us-w2.wpmucdn.com/blogs.cofc.edu/dist/8/406/files/2015/01/Judith-Sargent-Murray-1ilh9rv.pdf

Essays should be a minimum of 5 paragraphs (750 words).

Feminism Definition Essay (Paper #1) (750 words) – Essay is Research Based/Minimum of 3 Articles ( online magazines, newspapers representing pro-con or variable perspectives on the topic). Integrate a minimum of 6 source quotes from your research articles. Proper MLA format using in-text citations, Works Cited page.
Essays should be a MINIMUM of 5 paragraphs (750 words). Please be in depth about the subject. PLEASE USE ONLY MAGAZINES OR NEWSPAPERS ONLY FOR THE 3 ARTICLES.

In this module, you have been learning about art that intervenes—that attempts t

In this module, you have been learning about art that intervenes—that attempts to change the way people think or act, the way that institutions are run, and the way that power is exercised. For this project, you will write a formal proposal for a work of feminist activist art that will intervene and have an impact in a community that matters to you. Artists often write proposals to secure funding from museums, art foundations, private donors, and nonprofits. You will address yours to CreativeCapital, a nonprofit organization that offers grants to support innovative, socially engaged art projects. To provide CreativeCapital with a clear sense of what they will be funding, you will submit a sample of the artwork you propose. You are not required to implement or complete your work of activist art for this project—though, of course, we hope some of you will go on to do so!
Proposal Structure
Your proposal will be an abbreviated version of CreativeCapital’s actual award application, slightly tweaked for the purposes of this course. Your proposal should be divided into the following six sub-sections:
Project Description:
Describe your project in detail. What will it look like? How will it be carried out? How does your project take an original, imaginative, and feminist approach to creating change? (~150 words)
Project Objective
What kind of impact—artistic, intellectual, communal, civic, social, political, environmental, etc.—do you hope your project will have? What strategies will you employ to achieve the desired impact? (~100 words)
Audience
Who are the specific audiences/communities that you hope to engage through this project? Please think beyond the broader art community where possible. How are you hoping to reach them? (~100 words)
Context
Please place your work in context so we may better evaluate it. What are the main influences upon your work? How does the work of other feminist artists inform your current project? Please use concrete examples of activist art you learned about in the course to supply the context. (~150 words)
Works Cited
Provide a works cited that includes an entry for each source mentioned or used in the proposal.
Work Samples
Please provide an example, mock-up, draft, trial run, script, or other sample material that helps illustrate your vision of the proposed artwork. So, for instance, if you are proposing a poster campaign, you might create a sample poster. If you are planning a public performance, you might write a script or film a trial run.
To meet the basic requirements and pass the assignment:
Your proposed artwork should intervene in the way things are with the intention of creating a change. This could be at an individual, community, or institutional level.
Your proposal must include all the above explanatory sections (sections 1-4).
Your proposal must include a works cited (section 5) containing appropriate identifying information for any source material you have used or referenced in any component of the proposal.
Your proposal must include a sample of the proposed artwork (section 6). What this sample looks like will depend on what kind of a project you are proposing. If you have an idea for the project, but are unsure how to create a sample, reach out to your GA to discuss possible options.
Your proposal should meaningfully engage with and relate your project to the course. It should be clear from the proposal that you have done the reading, watched the lectures, and participated in your discussion section.
All sections of the proposal should be polished. In other words, your work should contain a minimum of mechanical errors, demonstrate careful revisions for clarity and artistic vision, show an attention to detail and presentation, etc
Youtube links

Topic: The Yellow Wallpaper / Feminism 8-10 full pages, NOT including your works

Topic: The Yellow Wallpaper / Feminism
8-10 full pages, NOT including your works cited page
Times New Roman 12 point font
Double-spaced with correct heading and page numbers
Must have an interesting and original title
8 scholarly sources: 4 scholarly journal articles/periodicals from the LSCPA databases (for e.g. Ebscohost/Academic Search Complete, SIRS), 3 books (these can also be electronic books from our library), and 1 website (must be ‘.org’, ‘.gov’, or ‘.edu’, NOT a ‘.com’).
You must implement 8-10 quotes from these sources throughout your paper; quotes should be no more than 1-2 sentences; DO NOT EXCEED 10 QUOTES.
Quotes must flow succinctly and be imbedded in such a way that they help carry your thesis statement along. In a sense, these quotes ARE your research.
Include your MLA formatted works cited page at the end.

Part 1: Option 1: Literary Analysis Purpose: Write a literary analysis of one of

Part 1: Option 1: Literary Analysis Purpose: Write a literary analysis of one of the texts assigned for this course in which you provide an argumentative claim supported by analysis of relevant passages. Content: Effective literature analyses require a strong claim or thesis, a variety of evidence drawn from the text in support of that claim, and clear and abundant explanation that demonstrates the way in which the evidence supports the claim. A good claim takes an insightful yet debatable stance regarding a topic; that is, your thesis should avoid the commonplace or obvious and attempt to prove a point that others might well disagree with (before they read your convincing essay). Since your audience is this class, you can assume the reader is familiar with texts under discussion, though you may need to summarize portions that are relevant to your argument.
My essay would be on The Wife of Bath’s just the proluge

You will be submitting a Word document that includes: • a song title and artist

You will be submitting a Word document that includes:
• a song title and artist name
• an artist biography (250-500 words) and ‘liner notes’ draft (250-300 words). Total word count: 600-750 words. Liner notes are the writings found within the sleeves of record albums or booklets that are inserted within the CD jewel case. For these prose contributions, you must cite your sources. You may consult Wikipedia, since for some artists this may actually be a good source — but it cannot be the ONLY source. Find at least 1-2 other sources (book or article; video interview; news story) to find information.

You will be submitting a Word document that includes: • a song title and artist

You will be submitting a Word document that includes:
• a song title and artist name
• an artist biography (250-500 words) and ‘liner notes’ draft (250-300 words). Total word count: 600-750 words. Liner notes are the writings found within the sleeves of record albums or booklets that are inserted within the CD jewel case. For these prose contributions, you must cite your sources. You may consult Wikipedia, since for some artists this may actually be a good source — but it cannot be the ONLY source. Find at least 1-2 other sources (book or article; video interview; news story) to find information.