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Prose and Mixed Media: This option is to compare a literary piece from an author we've read in this class with its cinematic counterpart.
Prose and Mixed Media: This option is to compare a literary piece from an author we've read in this class with its cinematic counterpart. You should focus on the literary aspects of the prose, but you would include vocabulary specific to the movie genre. The debatable thesis and aligned topic sentences should be evident. For example, you may decide to focus on what was left out of the film version and suggest that one genre was more powerful than the other. Or, perhaps you feel the omission was critical to the success of the film. You will write this in the third person, of course, even though this option is asking for your opinion. For example, we will use "Masque of the Red Death" again. There is an obscure 1991 version starring Frank Stallone, Brenda Vaccaro, and Herbert Lom. There is also a 1964 version starring Vincent Price available through Netflix. You could also compare John Smith's writings to Disney's Pocahontas.
2. Find another reading by one of the authors that we studied that we did not cover in this class. Compare and contrast the reading from this class to the outside reading. Have a debatable, persuasive claim and focus on specific points of comparison. Please do not do a simple comparison/contrast. We are looking for a stance of some kind in the thesis and supported in the body.
3. Course Reflection. Should you select this option for your Course Project, go back through the syllabus and through this semester's forum topics, required class readings, and essay topics. Discuss your three favorite readings we've examined in a paragraph each. Explain why they were your favorite. Use at least one short quote or cited paraphrase from each reading that you discuss. (Unless previously arranged with me, please stick to the works we discussed)
Next, discuss your three least favorite readings (a paragraph each). Explain why they were your least favorite. Use at least one short quote or cited paraphrase from each reading that you discuss. In a concluding paragraph, give your overall impression of the course. Support your argument in regard to each piece of literature with a quote or cited paraphrase. Your paper should conform to MLA formatting.
Again, although this is asking for your opinion, the use of third person is expected for collegiate work. Because this is a subjective approach to the works, substantive, well-developed, cited material from the primary sources --instead of scholarly sources--can be used.
Cite all readings by author and not by editor.