Humanities Writing Custom Essay

Topic: Humanities Writing

Paper 1 TIGERS and LIONS
Identify, analyze and argue the importance or significance of a theme that ties one Tiger poem (Blake, Borges or Rich) to (Rousseau.) Using the idea of the poetic moment, conclude with how this affects the reader.

••Length
between 950-1050 words. No more, no fewer (not counting title, citations, footnotes, etc.)

Poem 1 “The Tyger” William Blake [died 1827]
Poem 2 “The Other Tiger” Jorge Luis Borges  (1899-1986)
Poem 3 “Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers” Adrienne Rich (1951)
Files are uploaded as additional files. Choose one poem only.
Painting “The Dream.”  Henri Rousseau. 1910
Here is a viedo link of the painting.

I also uploaded some important handouts which are discussed in class, please read and study them carefully apply them into the paper. (THERE ARE 2 IMPORTANT CLASS HANDOUTS AND 2 USEFUL FILES ABOUT ANALYZING A POEM AND PAINTING)

Here is a grading details of my instructor. Please read and follow it carefully.

GRADING: DRAFT
20 Following instructions from Grader’s √Checklist
10 Proof reading and clarity
30 Strength of idea
40 Strength of argument = use of evidence from the “text”
(what is read or viewed]

GRADING: FINAL COPY
10 Following instructions from Grader’s √Checklist
10 Proof reading and clarity
20 improvement
30 Strength of idea
30 Strength of argument = use of evidence from the “text”
(what is read or viewed]

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GRADER’S √CHECKLIST NOTE!
All quotations must
1. be explained, do not consider them “self explanatory”
what do they mean?
Why did you choose it.
2..be cited with MLA in text citations

GRADER’S √CHECKLISTS
1 Structure Papers have
1 your name
2 A preliminary, meaningful title
3. A thesis paragraph (see “Thesis Paragraph” above
e.g. : in this paper I will prove my idea to the reader; i.e. that…
4. A list of the first line of your (at least 2) paragraphs (that follow the thesis paragraph). These sentences tell what you will prove in that paragraph.
5. the point you will conclude with. (NOT a summary)

2 The Completed Paper has
PART 1 above the paper (most are taken from the paper)
1 your name
2 a word count
3 a meaningful title
4. A thesis (see “Thesis Paragraph” above)
e.g. : in this paper I will prove my idea to the reader; i.e. that…
5. A list of the first line of your paragraphs
(that follow the thesis paragraph). These sentences tell what you will prove in that paragraph.
6. the point you conclude with. (NOT a summary)

PART 2 the written paper
7. the paper itself with a meaningful conclusion (NOT a summary)
8 in text citations in MLA Format
9 a list of references in MLA Format

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NOTES on THESIS PARAGRAPH
A thesis answers these questions:
WHAT
HOW
WHY

WHAT. What do you want us to believe by the end of the paper that we might not have believed without you?

HOW How are you going to convince us? What’s your evidence? How are you going prove that your point is valid or correct?

WHY Why bother? Why should anyone care? Why is this point important? (if it’s not important, then it’s not a good point. Weak Thesis = Start over.)

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