We have looked at a number of myths in which female sexuality (or the lack of it

We have looked at a number of myths in which female sexuality (or the lack of it) plays an important part. Choose two or three separate myths or texts that seem to you to explore or feature this issue, and compare and contrast how they deal with it. What is the significance of female sexuality in Greek myth? The pantheon features virgin/maiden goddesses; does their status as virgins increase their power/authority? Why might it be important to the ancient Greeks that these goddesses are maidens? How might we compare them with goddesses who have engaged in sexual activity? On the human level, we see virginity, virginity violated, and sexually active women. How are they characterized and what role does their sexuality play? What difference does their mortality make?
Please focus on Aphrodite, Hera and Clytemnestra as the main story lines to answer the prompt. The Zeitlin and Sissa readings are supportive readings to the above myths.

You will construct an argument defending a thesis on one or several works I’ve p

You will construct an argument defending a thesis on one or several works I’ve provided below. After constructing a thesis statement, and sketching an outline, please consider the following about your essay:
identify the thesis statement on a separate page,essay must be 4-5 pages long
It should focus on developing your own Dynamic Idea or thesis about one of the works we’ve read.
It should be persuasive and engaging. Don’t get bogged down in straight summary. Instead, provide enough context (textual evidence) to get your points across—to make yourself understood.
It should use analysis of passages from the work as evidence of your thesis.
It should deepen your reader’s understanding of your Idea.
It should have a beginning (an introduction) and middle (body) paragraphs and conclusion, organized on the logical plan established in your outline.
Some notes: 1) avoid quoting at too much length. Only quote as much as you need to analyze.
2) Quote poetry AS POETRY; set it off and keep the text and keep the shape of the verse intact.
3) Be as attentive as possible to your style and to grammar. Make sure your ideas are being clearly expressed. Proofread. 4) Don’t repeat yourself excessively; have one idea flow into the next 5) Avoid large pronouncements about the world; only assert what you can prove.

Create a short story using, archetypes, literary elements, figurative language,

Create a short story using, archetypes, literary elements, figurative language, and academic vocabulary words to shape your story. I will add a list of my vocab words below. What is the setting, plot, characters, etc. How will you use figurative language such as metaphor and alliteration? What type of characters will you include? Ensure that you also demonstrate a clear point-of-view such as omniscient, limited omniscient, third-person, narrative, or first person, within the story.
The short story should include a title, a typed paper, using Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, and double-spaced lines (Please space the lines). Be sure to also use paragraph formatting, with the first line of each paragraph being indented.
Vocab Words:
righteous
treaty
host
peril
foreshadowing
swoon
traitor
betrayed
barge
hermitage
objective
audience
petty
quest
clarification
larger-than-life
innovation
Doleful
Swooned
Smote
tarrying
adder

We have looked at a number of myths in which female sexuality (or the lack of it

We have looked at a number of myths in which female sexuality (or the lack of it) plays an important part. Choose two or three separate myths or texts that seem to you to explore or feature this issue, and compare and contrast how they deal with it. What is the significance of female sexuality in Greek myth? The pantheon features virgin/maiden goddesses; does their status as virgins increase their power/authority? Why might it be important to the ancient Greeks that these goddesses are maidens? How might we compare them with goddesses who have engaged in sexual activity? On the human level, we see virginity, virginity violated, and sexually active women. How are they characterized and what role does their sexuality play? What difference does their mortality make?
Please focus on Aphrodite, Hera and Clytemnestra as the main story lines to answer the prompt. The Zeitlin and Sissa readings are supportive readings to the above myths.

Write a eulogy for Achilles, Penelope, Dido, or Dante (the characters who visite

Write a eulogy for Achilles, Penelope, Dido, or Dante (the characters who visited hell or the actual writer?) You can pick which ever is the easiest to write about. These are characters from Iliad and odyssey by Homer.
Things to include:
-Where your character was born, live, and died
-The most important things your figure accomplished in his or her life
-your figures dying words or final speech.
-family and friends who survive your figure
-to what charity should we donate in lieu of flowers and why was that charity important to your character? (Yes this can be an imaginary charity)
Apa format
Title page
Reference page
Cite sources

bType the body of your essay text here, indenting the first line of each new par

bType the body of your essay text here, indenting the first line of each new paragraph 1/2” (press
the tab key once), use double-spacing throughout, and let Microsoft Word create the line breaks for
you. For your essay, this first paragraph will serve as your introduction. The last sentence will be your
thesis statement. Use the thesis statement provided in the outline form.
Each body paragraph will begin with a topic sentence. Follow the plan you made in your outline
for providing specific examples and quotes to support your point. If you follow the plan you made for
your outline, you will have three body paragraphs. Finish your paragraph with 1-2 sentences that link
the main idea of your paragraph back to your thesis.
Your final paragraph will be your conclusion. Following your conclusion, insert a page break and
type your references page.
The following font styles are
acceptable for APA 7th edition:
Times New Roman 12 point
Arial 11 point
Georgia 11 point
Calibri 11 point
Note that “References” is in bold
font. Press the “enter” key one time
and then begin typing your reference
citations.
**Important Note **
Please remember to check the in-text citations used in the outline. Please use the information I put in the outline to make up the essay .Those in-text citations need to be included in each body paragraph. There needs to be a whole page dedicated to References
Text to read for the essay is Trifles by Susan Glaspell and Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving

The thesis has already been given out “Pages 261-263 can allow a reader underst

The thesis has already been given out
“Pages 261-263 can allow a reader understant the themes of Ralph Ellison’s satirical masterpiece, Invisble man.”
The paper needs clear details about motif and allusions through out the book by the given passage it was assigend. (passage located under files uploaded) It needs to be as specific to which other passages of the book are connceted to symbols and allusions of Invisible man.
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FONT: 14-point times new roman. Also required is a one-inch margin on very side.

FONT: 14-point times new roman. Also required is a one-inch margin on very side. Double-spaced. Try to develop some insights into the artistry of the work. Consider the plot: What are its most significant events, and how do the form a pattern of rising and falling action. Fcous also on characters and setting; on images metaphors, and symbols:How are thyey related to the plot and to eachother? Outline the main points that will support your thesis. Write an introductory paragraph that identifies the title and author of the work. Develop your thesis in a series of coherent internal paragraphs, each beggining with a clear topic sentence.