Iscuss American Modernism as seen in the work of two American poets from 1910-1945

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Drawing on writing strategies of Eng 111, and Eng 112 or 113, you will submit a literary argumentative essay in the last weeks of the course. Your essay will:
Be typed and formatted according to MLA guidelines, including in-text citations and a separate Works Cited page. CLICK HERE to refresh yourself on MLA formatting standards.
Consist of 500-1,000 words.
Incorporate your own ideas and articulate a concise thesis/claim.
Include supporting evidence from the reading selection(s) and introductory section(s) in your text that support your claim/thesis.
Include at least three critical articles that support your ideas and claim/thesis. NOTE: A Google search that generates websites about the author will not count as a critical article. These search results may provide good information and can be used in addition to critical articles. Only essay that incorporate at least three critical sources are eligible for an A.
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The quality of the topic, the development, use of sources, and writing will determine your grade. Your work will be graded using a rubric on a 10-point evaluation scale.
An essay in the A range (100-90) meets all requirements outlined above and evidences exemplary planning, drafting, revising, editing, proofreading, argumentation, and research/documentation for the college level. Weaknesses are missing or minor. There are far more strengths than weaknesses.
An essay in the B range (89-80) meets the majority of the requirements outlined above and evidences above average planning, drafting, revising, editing, proofreading, argumentation, and research/documentation for the college level. Distinctive but minor weaknesses are present. There are more strengths than weaknesses.
An essay in the C range (79-70) meets most of the requirements outlined above and evidences average planning, drafting, revising, editing, proofreading, argumentation, and research/documentation for the college level. Distinctive and major weaknesses are present. There are as many weaknesses as strengths.
An essay in the D range (69-60) does not meet the above requirements and evidences below average planning, drafting, revising, editing, proofreading, argumentation, and research/documentation for the college level. Distinctive and major weaknesses are present. There are more weaknesses than strengths.
An essay in the F range (59-0) reflects unacceptable work for the college level. Planning, drafting, revising, editing, proofreading, argumentation, and research/documentation do not meet basic requirements or fail to break a pattern of below average work. Distinctive and major weaknesses are presenta far more weaknesses than strengths.