Project #17052 - Iphigenia in Tauris (Goethe)

German speaker prefer! 

I need to finish an English paper, double spaced 1 pages in new times roman 12, which is a class about German literature/drama.  You should read the reading material first and then follow the requirement instruction to start the writing.

and the question for this paper is: How does women’s power change in this play and how does that affect the ending?

Here is the instrucion! 

 The point is to practice writing well-structured paragraphs that move from a clear statement of topic through analysis of evidence to an interesting conclusion. The paragraph should not exceed one page (typed, double-spaced). Think of it as an exercise in precision and excellence: less can be more. 

There are two basic kinds of academic essays that you can write. The kind most often assigned by college professors requires that you propose, develop, and prove a thesis. In contrast, I would like you to write an essay that explores a question. If the first kind is more rhetorical, in that you must persuade readers of a specific interpretation of the text to which you have already come, the second is more genuinely philosophical, in that you are engaging readers in an open dialectical exploration of a burning question. We will work on developing your ability to hit upon a question that is both interesting and addressable. For the first assignment, you will be given a choice of questions to explore. For the second and third paragraphs, you will articulate a question of your own. 

Before writing, reread the text and carefully analyze the language of passages that bear upon this question. Organize your thought process as you work through the difficult issues that the question opens up. It often helps to marshal your ideas and thoughts with notes on paper. Then you can organize them into an organized structure (an outline, even) that will guide you through constructing your paragraph. 

To craft your paragraph, open with a topic sentence that introduces the following discussion in a clear but compelling way. In the body of the paragraph, demonstrate your analysis of the problem and your careful reading of a key passage of the text. Use evidence from the text to support your claims, and make your logical deductions based on this evidence clear and cogent. Although you are exploring a question rather than asserting a thesis, your paragraph should be intellectually rigorous, clearly organized, and carefully argued. In conclusion, reflect on what you have learned in the process and what remains to discover. You may or may not end up with a fully satisfactory and final answer to your initial question, but your paragraph should clearly and engagingly demonstrate the interesting journey of your critical thinking. 

 

As with all academic essays, you should assume that you are writing to an audience who is familiar with the material. You should use quotations only when you plan to analyze the specific language of the passage cited; do not quote merely to remind readers of what happened. Do not summarize the story of the text: this is not a book report. Nor is it a research paper: you do not need to do any background reading of secondary sources. I am more interested in your own personal engagement with the work and the critical thinking involved in your own close reading of the text. If you insist on consulting secondary literature, be sure to cite your sources. 

 

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 11/20/2013 12:00 am
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