Project #38643 - English work 4

Although this project looks like a lot of work, but because I don't need a really good grade, only need to be complete, this become easier. But please be on time, thank you very much.

Please make it to one doc. 

1. One Thousand Dollars by O, Henry ( minimun 1 page) Simple :D ,thank you

Write an essay analyzing the development of one of these complex characters.

·         Identify the character you will analyze, and explain why you chose to analyze him or her.

·         Explain what motivates the character to behave as he or she does. Include times during which the charter’s motivations conflict with each other.

·         Analyze changes the charter undergoes as a result of his or her experiences.

·         Cite evidence from the text, including well-chosen, relevant details and direct quotations, to support your analysis.


·         Use conventions of standard English in your writing. Ensure that all irregular verbs in your essay are in the correct form.

2.  By the Waters of Babylon by Stephen Vincent Benet ( minimun 1 page) Simple :D ,thank you

analyzing how descriptions in a story evoke a sense of time and place.


·         Identify the time and place in which the story is set.

·         Quote vivid descriptions of setting from the story, including descriptions that appeal to one or more of the five senses.

·         Evaluate the significance of setting in the story. For example, you might explain whether the setting helps shape the conflicts that characters experience or the events that take place in the story.

·         Use conventions of standard English in your writing. Use the active voice throughout your essay unless you have  a particular reason for using the passive voice.



3.  Voices from the Wall ( minimun 1 page) Simple :D ,thank you

Write an essay in which you analyze the development of the theme of a story.


·         Provide a short summary of the story in which you briefly identify the main characters and describe key events in the story’s plot.

·         State the theme of the story, and explain whether the theme is directly stated in the story or is implied.

·         Describe how the theme is first presented in the story, citing specific details to support your ideas.

·         Explain how the theme is shaped and refined over the course of the story.

·         Use conventions of standard English as you write. Avoid mixing verb tenses unnecessarily.




Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 08/30/2014 12:00 am
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