Write an essay describing a theme of “the lantern and the fan,” and analyze how the author develops that theme through the lessons learned by the father and his two daughters-in-law.

You have read the passage “The Lantern and the Fan.” Authors use theme to express a fundamental idea or moral lesson that the characters learn during a story. Write an essay describing a theme of “The Lantern and the Fan,” and analyze how the author develops that theme through the lessons learned by the father and his two daughters-in-law. Provide key details and examples from the passage to support your writing.
Your writing will be scored based on the development of ideas, organization of writing, and language conventions of grammar, usage, and mechanics.

How does the outcome of the wife of bath demonstrate a growth mindset?

In Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, he uses each story to shine a light on the societal norms of the fourteenth century.
Looking specifically at the “Wife of Bath, ” analyze how through their unique experiences, the main characters come to challenge the status quo of their time. How does the outcome of The Wife of Bath demonstrate a growth mindset? What might this suggest about Chaucer’s attitudes toward traditional gender roles in 14th-century England?
Consider their ideas on beauty, honor, and the power of choice, and how the character’s actions are in opposition to the traditional values of the Middle Ages. Be sure to cite evidence from the text and the video for support.
Requirements:
Brief introduction with a thesis statement
Three body paragraphs
Conclusion

Consider how society reacted to our own pandemic.

During the mid-14th century, the Black Death was raging. In what ways might these circumstances have made people vulnerable to the tricks of the Pardoner and other unscrupulous clergymen? Consider how society reacted to our own pandemic. Who were the vulnerable people, and how were they preyed upon by unscrupulous people?
2-3 chunk paragraph response required

You’ll have to connect the similarities between the book scarlet letter and raisin in the sun and use textual evidence for each of the similarities that you have found,it has to be a page long.

You’ll have to connect the similarities between the book scarlet letter and Raisin in the sun and use textual evidence for each of the similarities that you have found,it has to be a page long.

Short essay #3: write a 3-4 page analysis of han kang’s human acts.

Short Essay #3: Write a 3-4 page analysis of Han Kang’s Human Acts. Your argument is entirely up to you. A few ideas to consider: issues of translation, the scars of historical trauma (especially after decolonization), Kang’s use of the second person pronoun (“you”), etc. Your essay must have a specific thesis.

What is the purpose – if any – behind their similar or different styles.

no sources needed, Ive attached the work that is used for the discussion board
Students should identify one similarity and one difference between Equiano’s writing and Wheatley’s poetry. Be careful here – the obvious point to make is that they both write about slavery, but it is more complicated than that.
How do these points impact the effectiveness of their writings?
What is the purpose – if any – behind their similar or different styles.
Be sure to explain thoroughly and to provide at least one quote from each author.

• three to five (3-5) *works (other than our text) should be cited in the paper

• Write a personal response to the work we are studying by this author. This should include why you liked or disliked the work, why you understood it, or why it confused you. Be specific. Also, create two discussion questions in your response about the work and/or the author. The response should be 200 words or more.
• Explain why you feel this author should or should not be considered a major American writer.
• Find literary criticism on this writer and/or his/her work at the time that it was published.
• Choose three facts from the author’s biography or background that you found particularly interesting, and explain why.
• Include one or more quotes from this author.
• Three to five (3-5) *works (other than our text) should be cited in the paper
The author I was given is Carl Sandburg he was an American Writer

Document any source that you use in any way.

Purpose: For this assignment, please choose one of the works that we have read this semester for a literary analysis paper. Your purpose in this essay is to argue for a particular understanding or reading of the work. In other words, take up some question that the work raises and use your essay to answer that question. (But remember: your thesis must be a definite claim, not a question. Ask yourself the question in order to come up with your argument.)
Format: Your essay should consist of
• an introduction with a clear, strong thesis that makes a definite and specific claim about the text • several body paragraphs that support your thesis
• a paragraph (or more) that answers any potential objections to your thesis
• a conclusion that does more than simply restate your introduction
• a Works Cited page in MLA style (if you use any secondary sources)
Sources: You may cite scholarly secondary sources to support your argument, but you are not required to. I am primarily interested in what you have to say, not what scholars have to say. However, if you consult any sources, be sure not to plagiarize. Document any source that you use in any way.
Audience: Your audience for this essay includes any educated person who has read the work and might be interested in your interpretation of it. You should avoid major grammatical errors and other serious