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1) Introduction would include African Americans in the beginning of during the c

1) Introduction would include African Americans in the beginning of during the colonial period and later during the reconstruction era.
2) Life during the colonial period and Under new America. Describe life during both of these periods. Was
life identical for slaves before and after America won its independence? What changed, and what stayed the
same? What role did African Americans play during the American Revolution in both the North and the South?
Create an argument for whether you think their role in the American Revolution did anything to change their position in American society in the years to follow.
3) Life during the civil war and construction.
4) CITE RESOURCES PLEASE!

two questions, which should be answered using double spaced 12 pt font type. Acc

two questions, which should be answered using double spaced 12 pt font type. Acceptable length of exam: 4 pages. Two pages per question. Papers that are much longer or shorter than this will be returned.
It should be evident not only that you have read the books, but that you have thought about them carefully and critically. Your writing should contain facts and details: name, dates, people, places, organizations, laws, court cases, terms etc. Upon the completion of your writing you should be able to read over the entire essay and (theoretically) underline at least 5-8 different concrete facts and details.
Question 1:  THE BIG PICTURE Civil Rights ~ 2 pgs= 50 pts
Without making reference to events after 1966, make a case for what you think is the greatest success and the greatest failure of the movement for civil rights as it progressed from 1954-1965. Your essay can reflect the entire course content before 1966. You must analyze the success and failure you choose and detail why you chose it. Do not use first person in this essay.
Question 2: THE BIG PICTURE Black Power ~ 2 pgs = 50 pts
You are riding home on the bus/train and you overhear two people behind you discussing history. You stay out of the conversation until you hear one of them say: “The Black Power movement was an anti-white movement, confined to northern ghettos, promoted by angry and violent men, and had no lasting impact on American culture or politics.” Armed with the knowledge gained from this course, you turn around and join the conversation. Your essay should indicate why you agree or disagree with each of the underlined assumptions in the quoted statement, using concrete evidence from the course content. You can use first person in this essay.

A 3-5 page, double-spaced book report of a biography or autobiography of a perso

A 3-5
page, double-spaced book report of a
biography or autobiography of a person
who lived and impacted our U.S. period of
study (1877-2022.)
what  do you write Academic level? I am a transfer student, so you should  write at a high school level, neither high nor low
Write something clear and easy to understand in very simple
The length of the book report
I would like to write biography or autobiography of a  business person who lived and impacted our U.S. period of study (1877-2022.)

What  do you write Academic level?

A 3-5
page, double-spaced book report of a
biography or autobiography of a person
who lived and impacted our U.S. period of
study (1877-2022.)
what  do you write Academic level? I am a transfer student, so you should  write at a high school level, neither high nor low
Write something clear and easy to understand in very simple
The length of the book report
I would like to write biography or autobiography of a  business person who lived and impacted our U.S. period of study (1877-2022.)

Was life identical for slaves before and after America won its independence?

1) Introduction would include African Americans in the beginning of during the colonial period and later during the reconstruction era.
2) Life during the colonial period and Under new America. Describe life during both of these periods. Was
life identical for slaves before and after America won its independence? What changed, and what stayed the
same? What role did African Americans play during the American Revolution in both the North and the South?
Create an argument for whether you think their role in the American Revolution did anything to change their position in American society in the years to follow.
3) Life during the civil war and construction.
4) CITE RESOURCES PLEASE!

What does “illegitimate language” mean in the context of our course?

Please answer the following TEN questions in a short essay format. Length varies according to the topic of each question. Some questions require a brief answer, some others a more detailed explanation.
Please answer the questions in the order in which they are listed and put a number for each answer corresponding to each question.
1/ Whitman’s poem “Song of Myself,” as we discussed in class, introduces a hermaphroditic notion of gender and makes its case as a “passionate argument for the androgynous union of strength and tenderness, sagacity and impulse.” What does the poet mean by that?
2/ Which of the authors you read in this course introduced the term Flaneur? Explain how the term resonates with some of the works you have read after the midterm. Provide specific examples from the texts to illustrate your views.
3/ What is the main difference between an epic poem and a regular poem? List a few central cases that exemplify best the distance between the two, as discussed in class and in your class notes (“Story of Writing”), and explained in my lectures. Use as examples works you have read for the course to illustrate your definition.
4/ What does “illegitimate language” mean in the context of our course? Which ONE author you have read associates with it and why?
5/ In the following passage in Ladies’ Paradise Zola writes:
It was the woman that they were continually catching in the snare of their bargains, after bewildering her with their displays. They had awakened new desires in her flesh; they were an immense temptation, before which she succumbed fatally, yielding at first to reasonable purchases of useful articles for the household, then tempted by their coquetry…
Who are “they”? And how does the above passage is to be understood in the context of the novel and its time?
6/In “Spleen LXXIX,” in your Anthology, Baudelaire writes, “Nothing can equal those days for endlessness/When in the winter’s blizzardy caress/Indifference expanding to ennui/Takes on the feel of Immortality.”
-What is the meaning of ennui in the context of this stanza?
7/ How is the title of Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go to be construed? What does the phrase “Never Let Me Go” manifest exactly and what does it mean specifically to the main character of the novel? (This question requires a definite rather than a theoretical answer.)
8/Would you characterize Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go as an example of Romanticism, Naturalism or Science Fiction, neither of the above or all of the above, and why? Support your answer with a well-informed perspective.
9/In this course we have read and discussed (before and after the midterm) certain poets whose work is highly autobiographical. Please list at least two of them and explain briefly why/how, in your opinion, the poems you’ve read by each of these two poets relate to their own lives?
10/Please define the term Naturalism. Then explain which of the authors you have read in this course is recognized a pioneer of Naturalism and why? Provide specific examples from the work of the author to support your claim.

What does “illegitimate language” mean in the context of our course?

Please answer the following TEN questions in a short essay format. Length varies according to the topic of each question. Some questions require a brief answer, some others a more detailed explanation.
Please answer the questions in the order in which they are listed and put a number for each answer corresponding to each question.
1/ Whitman’s poem “Song of Myself,” as we discussed in class, introduces a hermaphroditic notion of gender and makes its case as a “passionate argument for the androgynous union of strength and tenderness, sagacity and impulse.” What does the poet mean by that?
2/ Which of the authors you read in this course introduced the term Flaneur? Explain how the term resonates with some of the works you have read after the midterm. Provide specific examples from the texts to illustrate your views.
3/ What is the main difference between an epic poem and a regular poem? List a few central cases that exemplify best the distance between the two, as discussed in class and in your class notes (“Story of Writing”), and explained in my lectures. Use as examples works you have read for the course to illustrate your definition.
4/ What does “illegitimate language” mean in the context of our course? Which ONE author you have read associates with it and why?
5/ In the following passage in Ladies’ Paradise Zola writes:
It was the woman that they were continually catching in the snare of their bargains, after bewildering her with their displays. They had awakened new desires in her flesh; they were an immense temptation, before which she succumbed fatally, yielding at first to reasonable purchases of useful articles for the household, then tempted by their coquetry…
Who are “they”? And how does the above passage is to be understood in the context of the novel and its time?
6/In “Spleen LXXIX,” in your Anthology, Baudelaire writes, “Nothing can equal those days for endlessness/When in the winter’s blizzardy caress/Indifference expanding to ennui/Takes on the feel of Immortality.”
-What is the meaning of ennui in the context of this stanza?
7/ How is the title of Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go to be construed? What does the phrase “Never Let Me Go” manifest exactly and what does it mean specifically to the main character of the novel? (This question requires a definite rather than a theoretical answer.)
8/Would you characterize Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go as an example of Romanticism, Naturalism or Science Fiction, neither of the above or all of the above, and why? Support your answer with a well-informed perspective.
9/In this course we have read and discussed (before and after the midterm) certain poets whose work is highly autobiographical. Please list at least two of them and explain briefly why/how, in your opinion, the poems you’ve read by each of these two poets relate to their own lives?
10/Please define the term Naturalism. Then explain which of the authors you have read in this course is recognized a pioneer of Naturalism and why? Provide specific examples from the work of the author to support your claim.

Who are “they”? And how does the above passage is to be understood in the context of the novel and its time?

5/ In the following passage in Ladies’ Paradise Zola writes:
It was the woman that they were continually catching in the snare of their bargains, after bewildering her with their displays. They had awakened new desires in her flesh; they were an immense temptation, before which she succumbed fatally, yielding at first to reasonable purchases of useful articles for the household, then tempted by their coquetry…
Who are “they”? And how does the above passage is to be understood in the context of the novel and its time?
6/In “Spleen LXXIX,” in your Anthology, Baudelaire writes, “Nothing can equal those days for endlessness/When in the winter’s blizzardy caress/Indifference expanding to ennui/Takes on the feel of Immortality.”
-What is the meaning of ennui in the context of this stanza?
7/ How is the title of Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go to be construed? What does the phrase “Never Let Me Go” manifest exactly and what does it mean specifically to the main character of the novel? (This question requires a definite rather than a theoretical answer.)
8/Would you characterize Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go as an example of Romanticism, Naturalism or Science Fiction, neither of the above or all of the above, and why? Support your answer with a well-informed perspective.
9/In this course we have read and discussed (before and after the midterm) certain poets whose work is highly autobiographical. Please list at least two of them and explain briefly why/how, in your opinion, the poems you’ve read by each of these two poets relate to their own lives?
10/Please define the term Naturalism. Then explain which of the authors you have read in this course is recognized a pioneer of Naturalism and why? Provide specific examples from the work of the author to support your claim.

Who are “they”? And how does the above passage is to be understood in the context of the novel and its time?

5/ In the following passage in Ladies’ Paradise Zola writes:
It was the woman that they were continually catching in the snare of their bargains, after bewildering her with their displays. They had awakened new desires in her flesh; they were an immense temptation, before which she succumbed fatally, yielding at first to reasonable purchases of useful articles for the household, then tempted by their coquetry…
Who are “they”? And how does the above passage is to be understood in the context of the novel and its time?
6/In “Spleen LXXIX,” in your Anthology, Baudelaire writes, “Nothing can equal those days for endlessness/When in the winter’s blizzardy caress/Indifference expanding to ennui/Takes on the feel of Immortality.”
-What is the meaning of ennui in the context of this stanza?
7/ How is the title of Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go to be construed? What does the phrase “Never Let Me Go” manifest exactly and what does it mean specifically to the main character of the novel? (This question requires a definite rather than a theoretical answer.)
8/Would you characterize Ishiguro’s novel Never Let Me Go as an example of Romanticism, Naturalism or Science Fiction, neither of the above or all of the above, and why? Support your answer with a well-informed perspective.
9/In this course we have read and discussed (before and after the midterm) certain poets whose work is highly autobiographical. Please list at least two of them and explain briefly why/how, in your opinion, the poems you’ve read by each of these two poets relate to their own lives?
10/Please define the term Naturalism. Then explain which of the authors you have read in this course is recognized a pioneer of Naturalism and why? Provide specific examples from the work of the author to support your claim.

Discuss the immediate factors linked to this decision, as well as possible underlying reasons and the main actors involved.

Essay- (3 pages double spaced)
By issuing Executive Order 9066, President Roosevelt initiated the detention of families of Japanese origin. First, discuss the immediate factors linked to this decision, as well as possible underlying reasons and the main actors involved. Also describe who were the main groups affected (in the USA and beyond), the consequences this forced displacement had on their lives and whether they had allies supporting their cause. Finally, briefly refer to the 1980s efforts by the US government to apologize and provide some forms of redress to the survivors, and also discuss if prejudice has, or not, shaped immigration policies in the USA (then – see for example the Alien land law — and/or now).
use at least two relevant quotes and two relevant facts, to illustrate your points . You will also note your Word Count, use in-text references (using “quotation marks” and page numbers) and provide a bibliography/ Works cited section.

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