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English 2400: Essay 3

Posted: Nov 30, 2009 09:11;
Last Modified: Nov 30, 2009 09:11

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Instructions

Write an essay on one or two of the works we are covering in the third unit of the course (Renaissance and post Renaissance). You may compare works from this section with works from either or both of the previous sections.

You should work on developing your own topic. To get you thinking, however, here are some possible starting points:

Purpose

The goal of this assignment is to give you practice in developing and writing University-level research ideas in literature and to let you enrich your reading of early modern literature by writing about it. As mentioned in class, essay writing is a pedagogical exercise as well as a form of assessment: this is where you get real experience in dealing with the details of texts at a level impossible to cover in lecture.

Rubric

For this essay, I will be following my standard rubric.

Dues dates, length, etc.

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