Comparative Analysis of 18th Century French and English Chairs

This is word for word my teachers instructions:
A suggested Format:
1. Introduction
2. French Group-Legs
~Louis 14th Baroque
~Louis 15th Rococo
~Louis 16th Neoclassic
Construction Material/Finish:
~Louis 14th Baroque
~Louis 15th Rococo
~Louis 16th Neoclassic
Posture/Form:
~Louis 14th Baroque
~Louis 15th Rococo
~Louis 16th Neoclassic
3. English Group-Legs:
~Queen Anne
~Chippendale
~Sheraton/Hepplewhite
Splat:
~Queen Anne
~Chippendale
~Sheraton/Hepplewhite
Crest and back shapes:
~Queen Anne
~Chippendale
~Sheraton/Hepplewhite
Construction Material/Finish:
~Queen Anne
~Chippendale
~Sheraton/Hepplewhite
4. Then briefly discuss similarities/differences between the French and English groups.
5. Summary/Conclusion:

RULES:
1. Never use two words when one word will do.
2. When possible, use the active voice-avoid verbs of being: be, is, are, was, were…

For the French group focus on: The leg forms styles: compass curve, pedestal, cabriole, tapered/fluted with block. Wood Finish.

For the English group focus on: The leg forms: cabriole (various types), marlborough, spade. Cresting rails (top of back) The splats: solid, carved, various shapes (vase, violin, plume, heart, shield, etc). Wood finish.

NO FIRST PERSON!

There needs to be a works cited page in MLA format. Also cite the work in the paper.

EXAMPLE: For direct facts, not paraphrased:
Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492 (Johnson).

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