OPTION A: “A PROPER BURIAL”: As you can see on the

OPTION A: “A PROPER BURIAL”: As you can see on the front page of the “Fun Home Notes” link, Alison Bechdel has described her book as way of giving her father “a proper burial.” You’ll soon see how complicated that is—try to carefully explain a few of these issues. (Chapter Two is the best place to start, but the complications surely don’t end there.) NOTE: There is a HANDOUT about this topic on our BB site. It should really help you take some notes to get started!

OPTION B: “A HOUSE FULL OF BOOKS”: In the essays by President Barack Obama and Isabel Allende, both speak of the ways in which books “gave voice” to ideas and feeling they had had but were not able to recognize or express. In Fun Home, it’s hard to find a scene in which Bruce or Alison is not holding a book. They also make a point to share books and discuss them. Again, please avoid writing a “list,” and focus on a specific scene (or two) and the series of texts that help Bruce or Alison to learn about themselves or to reveal something to each other. (The WIKI might help with some background and choices. Also see the HANDOUTS on our BB site.)

OPTION C: “UNRELIABLE NARRATIONS” (AGAIN): As we saw in Gatsby, there are many kinds of “unreliable” narrations in “fictional” texts. Bechdel and many other modern writers and artists explore the issue of “unreliability” in a different context.

Terms such as “autobiography” and “memoir” are often assumed to be “non-fiction” texts: one just writes about one’s own experiences and ideas OR those of people they know very well–such as a parent. BUT MAYBE IT’S NOT QUITE THAT SIMPLE. Please pay close attention to the numerous panels in which Alison Bechdel writes in her “diary”–a type of writing that is usually associated with complete honesty. What starts to get complicated about this process? And since this a “graphic” text, how does Bechdel use visual images to help a reader understand her uncertainty about describing even the simplest events in her family life?[supanova_question]

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In this assignment, use the outlines below or a combination of several outlines that correspond to the rhetorical strategy that best suits the structure of your third essay- Essay 3: The Documented Essay. Your outline should, at minimum, include an introduction, working thesis, two completed body paragraph examples, and a conclusion. In Essay 3, you will choose between demonstrating the rhetorical strategy of Division and Analysis, Comparison and Contrast, or Argumentation and Persuasion.

Details for Essay 3- The Documented Essay
Your paper must be approximately 500-1000 words in length and have an introduction with an evaluative or explanatory thesis in the case of comparison and contrast or argumentative thesis in the case of argumentation and persuasion. Your paper must have approximately five body paragraphs with singular topics, clear topic sentences, and examples (see strong paragraph model), and a conclusion. You must use a minimum of two sources to support your thesis- one peer-reviewed article and one website. You must demonstrate the correct integration of source support in-text and parenthetically and on a Works Cited page.


on Fredrick Douglass’s “Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass”

English Assignment Help Prompt: Write a 3-4 page essay analyzing Douglass’s use of the word “manhood” throughout his Narrative, and how that word relates to two other key themes for him, freedom and literacy.
Only use the novel as the source with page numbers[supanova_question]

I uploaded all the requirements for Chinua Achebe. Civil Peace article

I uploaded all the requirements for Chinua Achebe.
Civil Peace article to assist you to answer the question.[supanova_question]