Write a 3- to 5-page paper about the changing reception of passing based on your reading of barwick’s article.

Clark Barwick writes in his article, “A History of Passing,” that “each successive generation [of readers] has actively and even literally projected its own needs, desires, and anxieties” on the novel, such that the “record of publication and reading provides us with critical insight not just into the shifting interpretation of an important novel but… Continue reading Write a 3- to 5-page paper about the changing reception of passing based on your reading of barwick’s article.

The novel also invokes class, gender, and sexuality as components of their dynamic—and some might say volatile—sense of self.

Race is an obvious determinant of both Clare’s and Irene’s respective identities in Nella Larsen’s Passing. The novel also invokes class, gender, and sexuality as components of their dynamic—and some might say volatile—sense of self. Choose one of these modes of identity (class, gender, or sexuality), and discuss a passage or incident from the novel… Continue reading The novel also invokes class, gender, and sexuality as components of their dynamic—and some might say volatile—sense of self.

Do they fit well together, or do they diverge?

Compare Paul Laurence Dunbar’s “We Wear the Mask” and Du Bois’s formulation of double consciousness. Use textual evidence from both Dunbar and Du Bois to address any of the following interrelated questions: Who are Dunbar and Du Bois’s audiences? Are Dunbar’s and Du Bois’s thoughts harmonious? Do they fit well together, or do they diverge?… Continue reading Do they fit well together, or do they diverge?

Focus on one aspect of the text from to much ado about nothing act 3, both analyzing and interpreting it to arrive at a statement of meaning of the text as a whole but do not reference anything that comes in the book after act 3.

3/4 to one page, single spaced, close analysis of the text. focus on one aspect of the text from To Much Ado About Nothing Act 3, both analyzing and interpreting it to arrive at a statement of meaning of the text as a whole BUT DO NOT REFERENCE ANYTHING THAT COMES IN THE BOOK AFTER… Continue reading Focus on one aspect of the text from to much ado about nothing act 3, both analyzing and interpreting it to arrive at a statement of meaning of the text as a whole but do not reference anything that comes in the book after act 3.

Anna Julia Cooper famously declares that “Only the BLACK WOMAN can say, ‘when an

Anna Julia Cooper famously declares that “Only the BLACK WOMAN can say, ‘when and where I enter, in the quiet, undisputed dignity of my womanhood, without violence and without suing or special patronage, then and there the whole Negro race enters with me.’” What arguments does Cooper offer to support this declaration? After answering this… Continue reading Anna Julia Cooper famously declares that “Only the BLACK WOMAN can say, ‘when an

Write a response paper on Ida B. Wells’s?The?Red Record. An ideal response paper

Write a response paper on Ida B. Wells’s?The?Red Record. An ideal response paper will be 2–3 pages divided into two sections: Section one will contain a concise, original summary of the work you are addressing. The aim of this section is to convey your sense of Wells’s text in a way that will also refresh… Continue reading Write a response paper on Ida B. Wells’s?The?Red Record. An ideal response paper