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Essay 2: AFAS 160D1
Fall 2019, Dr. Caves
In an essay of 1200 or more words (4-5 pages) consider one of the following essay prompts. Include a Works Cited page for all outside sources (besides the textbook). You may also use my lectures or the articles on d2l to help you discuss your choices.
Option 1: Compare and contrast two of the poets from this section on their representations of Africa and African peoples. Consider the context in which they were writing (time, place, their gender, their social economic standing). What audiences did they need to appeal to and how did this affect how they imaged and represented their â€œhomelands?â€ You may also want to consider how they use figurative language, such as metaphor and allusion, in their imaginings of Africa and its peoples.
Option 2: Compare and contrast the representations of slavery and emancipation in two slave narratives. Consider the context in which they were writing (time, place, their gender, their social economic standing). What audiences did they need to appeal to and how did this affect how they imaged and represented their journeys toward freedom and the journey toward freedom for all slaves. You may also want to consider how they use figurative language, such as metaphor and allusion, in their representations of slavery and the fight for freedom.
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Due Date: See Syllabus
Remember the Standard Organization of Formal/Academic Papers:
Name, Date, Assignment: left justified at the very top of the first page
Page Numbers: last name and page number, top right corner (open the header)
Provide a Title: at the top of the first page, one line above the introduction.
Introduction: with a thesis statement that announces your topic and sets out the points
you will support with your Illustrations and Explanations.
Body Paragraphs (4 to 6 at least): Each with a Topic Sentence that links back to the
the Thesis Statement.
Conclusion: The purpose of a conclusion is to remind the readers of your main idea. Do not just restate your thesis. Remind readers of the significance of this song.
Works Cited Page: include citations for your sources