Nalyze of a?The House On Mango Street.”
I need this essay as an analyze of a?The House On Mango Street.a?
This essay must be written by answering these questions:
1. Why do you like this particular piece of literature?
2. How does it correspond to your life experience? (As a high school student)
3. How does this particular piece of literature differ in the treatment and expiration of ideas from three other works includes in this course?
The answer should be like this: (The House On Mango Street is differ than other three works in this course by the simplification, as it was written by a girl 12 years old, and the uniqueness of the way its written, while the other three are complicated)
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4. How is this particular piece of literature similar in the treatment and expiration of ideas to three other works includes in this course?
The answer should be like this: (All the these booksa authors are using the same literature techniques such as, Imagery, Allusion, Personification, Suspense, Foreshadowing, Dialect and so on. Thus, they all trying a?the authorsa? to expressed their feeling somehow and etc)a? You need to add some more.a?
5. How many literary devices can you identify in your selection and how to they contribute to the success of this work?
Note: this paper will be assessed on the following criteria:
*Quality of the response to the question above
*Evidence of mastery of the literary concepts and familiarity with world literature selections acquired throughout the course
*Originality of thought
*Ability to draw from personal experience in response to literature
*Original work (absence of plagiarism)
This paper must be on my words, so no citation, quoting or paraphrasing, only my words about this book.
The other tree books: (For questions 3&4, only)
*The Inheritance of Loss by Kiran Desai (2005). India. Novel. 384 pages. Winner of the 2006 Man Booker Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Fiction Award.
*Cloud Nine: A Play by Caryl Churchill (1979 ). UK. Drama. Winner of the 1981 Obie (Off-Broadway Theater) Award.
*Poems for the Millennium: The University of California Book of Modern and Postmodern Poetry. Volume 2: From Postwar to Millennium. Edited by Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris.