I am looking for an academic writer who wants to write a reasearch paper about 10 pages about a
You could write about the Book
The Bonfire of the Vanities ( Tom Wolfe ) or “Feminism and the Political Crisis of the Eighties” or Closing of the American Mind ( Alan Bloom ) or Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes ( Tony Kushner )
please let me know which of the books / text you want to choose and why you have chosen that one. which topic you wanna write about and what secondary lita. you consider ...don´t forget its a research paper
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Here are short quotations. Please choose three to write a paragraph about. (Write a total of three separate paragraphs, one on Big Fish and two from part II (select two different genres for this part, please). Your paragraphs should analyze the respective excerpt carefully and thoroughly, telling me (a) tell me why the passage is important for the work it was taken from, and (b) how it relates to the genre (name the genre!) of that work (and, if relevant, how it links to other genres). Feel free to include a sentence or two of personal assessment about the work/genre. In analyzing Big Fish, you might want to compare the text passage to the film adaptation (director Tim Burton, 2003).
I. Select one of these excerpts from Big Fish (Daniel Wallace, 1998)
1. But what is most remarkable about the lake is the catfish. Catfish as big as a man, they say – some bigger. Take your leg off if you swim too deep. Leg and more sometimes, if you don’t watch out. Only a fool or a hero would try to catch a fish that size, and my father, well—I guess he was a little of both.
“In Which He Goes Fishing,” p. 34
2. “But as the others anxiously crowded around [Edward], he opened his eyes and said what might have been his last words, said to the old man whose store Edward had immediately realized was empty of customers, said … ‘Advertise.’” Buddy would let the word ring through the room.
“Entering a New World,” p. 53
3. Suddenly I felt my father near me; it was a though he were flying, too, and that we were both falling together. His arms embraced me like a cloak, and I came to rest on the ground beside him. He had plucked me from Heaven and set me down safely on Earth.
“How He Saved My Life,” p. 127
4. I look into his gray-blue dying eyes. We’re staring at each other, showing each other our last looks, the faces we’ll take with us into eternity, and I’m thinking how I wish I knew him better, how I wish we’d had a life together, wishing my father wasn’t such a complete and utter goddamn mystery to me, and I say, “There’s this man,” I say. “There’s this man, and he’s a poor man, but he needs a suit, and—” (from ”My Father’s Death – Take 4,” 174)
II. Now choose (from two different genres) two of these excerpts; they are in chronological order:
1. (Speaker’s voice): Ah, dear New-England! dearest land to me;/Which unto God hast hitherto been dear,/ And mayst be still more dear than formerlie,/If to his voice thou wilt incline thine ear.
(Michael Wigglesworth, God’s Controversy with New-England, 1662)
2. Oh, the hideous insulting and triumphing that there was over some Englishmen’s scalps that they had taken (as their manner is) and brought with them. I cannot but take notice of the wonderful mercy of God to me in those afflictions, in sending me a Bible.
(Mary Rowlandson, A Narrative of the Captivity and Restauration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson, 1682)
3. Ques. Do you find yourself mistaken now? Ans. Was not Christ crucified?… on the appearance of the sign (the eclipse of the sun last February), I should arise and prepare myself, and slay my enemies with their own weapons...
(Nat Turner’s “Confession,” as told to lawyer Thomas Gray, 1831)
4. “…and the way he walked over that fence – stranger, he loomed up like a black mist, he seemed so large, and he walked right towards me. I raised myself, took deliberate aim, and fired. Instantly the varmint [= dangerous creature] wheeled, gave a yell, and walked
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I would love to work on this research paper. I have read both "Angels in America" and "Bonfire of the Vanities", and I am also acquainted with philosopher Allan Bloom. More details in PM. Thank you!
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Hi! Thanks for the invitation! I can do this job with pleasure as I am a teacher of English language and literature by education and can do such analyses well. Will be happy if you choose me!