Comment Paper # 1: (Select one of the short stories listed below) Write a litera

Comment Paper # 1: (Select one of the short stories listed below)
Write a literary analysis paper on one of the short stories listed from week 2 or 3 and apply one of the literary schools (under your essay’s date on the upper left side, write the type of criticism used—avoid using the same criticism applied here in your future comment papers). The minimum required word count is 800 words, and the format is MLA 8 or 9 (format your first page as well—check the posted MLA sample). Make sure that you upload your paper via this link on Canvas before the deadline. If you use scholarly sources, include proper MLA in-text credit and a Works Cited page [do not use Wikipedia, Sparknotes, or some other non-scholarly sources.] Plagiarized work will not earn credit. You will be submitting this essay via Canvas and its plagiarism tool Unicheck to check your work against all available texts on the internet; therefore, if you quote or paraphrase from a source, give the required in-text credit and list the source on the Work Cited page following proper MLA format guidelines.
Select one of the two short stories listed below:
“The Story of an Hour (Links to an external site.) ” by Kate Chopin. (Valencia Reader)http://www.katechopin.org/pdfs/Kate%20Chopin,%20The%20Story%20of%20an%20Hour.pdf
“Hills Like White Elephants ” Ernest Hemingway (Valencia Reader)https://go.gale.com/ps/i.do?p=LITF&u=lincclin_vcc&id=GALE|LTF0000293718WK&v=2.1&it=r&sid=LITF&asid=b5c1c611
“A Hunger Artist” Franz Kafka (Valencia Reader)https://www.kafka-online.info/a-hunger-artist.html
Additional Story: You may also write on “A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner (Valencia Reader). Just make sure that you do not select the same story or critical approach for your upcoming second comment paper.
Required File Format: Word, PDF, or RTF (Other file formats or links will be deemed as not appropriately submitted and will not earn credit). You can upload up to three files before the posted the deadline, and I will only grade the latest submission. To maintain your On-Time submission in case of Canvas or computer technical difficulties, email me an attachment of your paper before the deadline.
Deadline: (Sunday, May 29, 2022, 800 words).
Required Files: Word or PDF only
MLA 8 or 9
100 Points

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.