Popular fiction vs Highbrow literature ,choosing one of mentioned stories :

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6 pages on Popular fiction vs Highbrow literature ,choosing one of mentioned stories : Pauls Case/ Hunted house /The storm / etc, following all the criteria and on one of proposed 4 options by April 28
Author Based Paper
Is there a writer you wish we would have studied this semester but feel was neglected? Is there one you feel is pampered, over-taught, and wish students would never have to study again? Make a case for their inclusion/exclusion in literature courses. Be sure to be objective and not let your personal opinions get in the way. This should be about the literary merits (use the vocabulary we learned regarding the different genres of writing and their elements).

Pop Culture Based Paper
Is there a piece of literature we have addressed this semester that shares subject matter/themes with something more modern? What modern pop culture (song, movie, show, book, musical, etc) best represents that story/poem/play or best represents a particular character from said story/poem/plan? Why?
Literature Based Comparison Paper
Choose two pieces of literature we have read that address similar themes. Which is more realistic, modern, or timeless in portraying the subject matter. Why do you say so?
Sociology Based Paper
Which is more important, individual interest or the interest of the whole (the collective)? Select literature from this semester that highlights these themes and discuss which is more important and why.
What If Based Paper
What if it weren’t fiction? There are many fictional stories that presented ideas that seemed crazy at the time but have actually come to be part of our everyday society, whether it be fashion, gadgets/technology, trends, or behaviors. Select a piece of literature and discuss what would happen if it weren’t fiction. How would it affect society today?
Popular Fiction vs Highbrow Literature
What role does popular fiction play in today’s literature world? Can the study of popular culture and popular fiction be as valuable as the study of traditional literary and historical subjects? Select a piece of literature we have looked at this semester that has ties to a more popular culture item (in terms of theme/storyline/characterization) and discuss which is better and why. It needs to go beyond your personal opinion and be based on literary merits.
Brainstorming Literature
You are welcome to work with anything we have read so far, but not a piece of literature you have written an essay about already. If you want to go for other selections from your textbook that we haven’t read, there are some suggestions below.

If you liked “A Rose for Emily” or slightly off kilter narrators, try “Yellow Wallpaper” or Edgar Allan Poe’s “Tell Tale Heart.”

If you like class issues, try “The Garden Party.”

If you like themes of morality/crime/finding good in the bad or bad in the good, try “A Good Man is Hard to Find” or “Where Are You Going, Where Have you Been.”

If you like strange societies ruled by random rules, try “The Lottery.”

If the idea of a man turning into an insect seems interesting, try “The Metamorphosis.”

If you are into gender/identity, try “Paul’s Case.”

If you want to look at male/female relationships, try “A Haunted House,” “The Birthmark,” “The Storm,” “The Story of an Hour,” or “The Odour of Chrysanthemums.”

If you like the surreal, try “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings.”

Possible writers to consider for including or excluding from English classes: Shakespeare, Poe, Faulkner, Hughes, Hemingway, Updike, Kafka…

6 full pages plus works cited
1+ primary sources (the literature/other sources you plan to write about [movie, tv show, song, etc.])
3+ secondary souces (the sources that give you more info about your primary sources and further support your thesis and supporting points [articles, criticisms, biographies, interviews, etc.])
Make sure to have in-text citations EVERYWHERE that you use information from your sources
25-30% of paper should be from reserach
the paper should be a blend of your ideas and connections, passages/references to primary sources, and support from research
NO 1st or 2nd person (I, we, me, my, our, you, your, etc)
Make sure to have a clear thesis that establishes the premise of your paper
The introduction should clearly state the primary sources you will be examining
Make sure to use signal phrases to help introduce source material (whether from primary or secondary sources)

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