Hoose two or three documents from the syllabus or text book and write a double-spaced 3-5 page essay about them

Choose two or three documents from the syllabus or text book and write a double-spaced 3-5 page essay about them. Do NOT pick a document you discussed in your first assignment (Essay 1). This is an essay assignment, so your paper should not be an outline or in a “question and answer format. Develop a specific argument or theme (thesis) you wish to address concerning your chosen texts. Although your essay will rely primarily on your chosen documents, use your knowledge of the lectures, and other readings to interpret the context of the document. Be sure to support your main points or arguments with specific references to the documents. Direct quotations must be enclosed in quotation marks. Always supply a page number and the authors name for a direct quotation in parentheses. At the end of your essay you should give bibliographical data for the document (or other sources) you have used: author, full title, place and date of publication. Make sure you underline or italicize titles of books, plays, films, periodicals, and pamphlets. You should also italicize or underline foreign terms. Avoid using abbreviations or slang.

Please keep the following guidelines in mind while writing your essay:

Direct quotations must be enclosed in quotation marks. Always supply a page number and the authors name for a direct quotation in parentheses. Footnotes are usually unnecessary for these types of short essays, but you should include a bibliography if you use In-text citations.
Somewhere in your essay you should give bibliographical data for the document (or other sources) you have used: author, full title, place and date of publication. If the text/s lack the publication information, than please cite just the author and document title. This applies to point 1 above as well (in other words cite whatever information is available).
ALWAYS number your pages (preferably in the upper right-hand corner).
Give your essay an ORIGINAL title. Something a bit more imaginative than essay 2 or Assignment 1, etc.
These are not a research papers; you should limit your references to material covered in the course. Do NOT reference material outside of this course.
You should underline or italicize titles of books, plays, films, periodicals, and pamphlets. You should also italicize or underline foreign terms.
Avoid abbreviations and slang.
Avoid writing in an Outline form. Make sure you write comprehensive paragraphs that reflect an essay style.

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