Brokeback Mountain

Brokeback Mountain. Brokeback Mountain. For next week please read "Brokeback Mountain" and begin research for your final paper. You are to bring in four pieces of research you’ve gotten through the databases you’ve been introduced to by the SFCM librarian. You do not need to have read through the research entirely, but whatever you choose should be suitable to examine for your paper. Please print the first page of each one. Primary sources (letters the author wrote or interviews with the author that refer to the text in question) and secondary sources (articles written about the text) are both acceptable.

We will begin class by going around and briefly discussing the articles you’ve been finding and then we will transition into our discussion of "Brokeback Mountain."

Final Research Paper
Due: Wednesday 5/10 no later than 5pm emailed to me and Matthew Slayton <matthew.slayton@sfcm.edu>. Late papers will not be accepted. Failing to turn in or plagiarizing this paper will result in failing the course.
Style: For this paper, grammar and structure will be assessed in addition to content. For those of you with grammar issues, it would benefit you to meet with a tutor at the SAEC before turning your paper in.
Length: 10 pages
Format: Double-spaced, size 12, 1-1.25 inch margins, stapled, with a date, title, and your name
Citations: Use parenthetical citations as well as a Chicago-style bibliography
http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html

For this paper you are free to choose your own topic as long as you run it by me first. The following topics are suggestions to get you started, but they are by no means your only options.

Additionally, I have attached a PDF on primary and secondary sources as well as the grading rubric that will be used. It is extracted from Dr. Hohmann’s Western Civ class. We will be using the same standards and it would benefit you to read through them to fully understand what is expected of you.

Some suggested topic choices:

"A Country Doctor" is among Kafka’s more enigmatic works. Present your own critical interpretation using various sources to support your claims.

In what way does Kafka’s "A Hunger Artist" explore what it means to be an artist? Explore what the hunger artist might represent and how Marina Abromivić is also a "hunger artist."

"In the Penal Colony" is in many ways an examination of power and punishment in a world that is moving forward. In what ways was this piece relevant during Kafka’s time as well as today?

In what way does "Brokeback Mountain" explore masculinity?

Examine Proulx’s use of landscape in "Brokeback Mountain."

Let me know if you have any questions at all.

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Reader’s Journal

Reader’s Journal. Reader’s Journal. You are asked weekly for 15 weeks to comment on the poems, plays and short stories by reflecting on the literature, discussing craft and/or how the work speaks to your life. On occasions, there are also questions you are required to answer. You are required to write at least 752 words weekly, totaling at least 11,275 words by the semester’s end. Please number entries & specify at the end of each entry the number of words. My literature book is: "Literature: An introduction to fiction, Poetry, Drama and Writing". I will provide all the pictures from the work pages. It is not a hard assignment to do since I’m in City College, and it will not be graded by my performance on it, I just need to have it done ASAP. Please, answer all the question, if just the answer of the question is not enough to complete the requirement of minimum work for the specific journal entry, comment on the poems, plays and short stories (depends on the hw, each homework is about one of this types of text) by reflecting on the literature, discussing craft. 1/23 Reading a Poem, 487-500; Questions: 495, 509, 513 1/25 Listening to a Voice, 501-527; Questions: 509, 513 1/30 Words, 528-540; Questions: 532 2/1 Words, 540-548; Questions: 542, 544 2/6 Saying & Suggesting, 549-559; Questions: 553, 554 2/8 Imagery, 560-576; Questions: 564 2/13 Figures of Speech, 577-594 2/15 Song, 595-613; Questions: 609, 610 2/22 Poetry and Personal Identity, 717-735. 2/27 Poetry in Spanish Literature of Latin America, 736-747; Myth and Narrative, 697- 716; Questions: 742, 746 3/1 A Flea in Her Ear; Write a 750-word review of the play in your Reading Journal 3/6 Drama: 890-895; 918-920; 926-940 including Sure Thing; 1223-1238 including The Cuban Swimmer; Staged class readings of one-act plays begin 3/8 1238-1249 including Scenes from Twilight: Los Angeles; Questions: 1248. Staged class readings continue 3/13 Plays for Further Reading, 1256-1276 including The Sound of a Voice and El Santo Americano. Staged class readings continue 3/15 Plays for Further Reading, 1276-1281 including Beauty. Staged class readings continue 3/20 Finish staged class readings plus screening of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie 3/22 Finish staged class readings plus screening of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie 3/27 & 3/29 Spring Break 4/3 Reading a Story, 5-26; Questions: 22; (ZZ Packer reads her story “Brownies,” on Moodle); 4/5 Point of View, 27-51; Questions: 51 4/10 “The Tell-Tale Heart,“ 52-55; Questions, 55; A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings,” 417-421 4/12 Play "Rabbit Hole", Jurkowitz Theater; Write a 750-word review of the play in your Reading Journal 4/17 “Sonny’s Blues,” 56-76; James Baldwin on Writing, 77-80; Questions: 76 4/19 “The Yellow Wallpaper,” 344-362; Questions: 355 3 4/24 Setting, 118-124 including “The Storm”; Tone & Style, 161-168 including “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”; “Sweat,” 421-430; Questions: 124-125 & 168; 4/26 “Dead Men’s Path,” 197-202; “Everyday Use,” 363-379; Questions: 202, 369; 5/1 “Barn Burning,” 168-180; Irony, 180-181; “The Story of an Hour,” 415-416; Questions, 180 5/3 “The Judge’s Wife,” 388-394; “Happy Endings,” 394-397; “Girl,” 435-436

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Post-structural reading of Library of Babel by Borges

Post-structural reading of Library of Babel by Borges. Post-structural reading of Library of Babel by Borges. Conduct a post-structural reading of "Library of Babel," using what we discussed in class as a point of departure. For this paper, you’ll focus on shifting meanings and sign systems, "free play," and perhaps the flipping/blurring of binary oppositions. If you can find information from the book, "Literary Theory: A Guide for the Perplexed," by Mary Klages on Post-Structuralism, you can use that information. Other than that, use direct quotes from "The Library of Babel," and information in the notes document.

Only use the "Library of Babel" and the book on Literary Theory mentioned above as a source – no other sources.

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The research about sight

The research about sight. The research about sight. Please write a 7 page research paper on eyesight; optical illusions; colorblind, These links below are mainly about optical illusions. Some of them are about colorblindness. You could start with the book THE WAYS OF SEEING. So I am mainly researching on different types of situation that our eyes have.
Please make this paper interesting, it is not a basic paper talking about what is optical illusion, you should include why we see illusions and how people treat these situations, and what they feel. (example: what exactly is colorblindness people seeing if they are looking at an apple, how do you translate this into words.) If these links are not enough please find more links on the internet. Thank you. If any questions please ask anytime. Thank you
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http://theweek.com/articles/448952/how-optical-illusions-trick-brain-according-science

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-neuroscience-of-illusion/

http://www.bbc.com/future/bespoke/story/20150130-how-your-eyes-trick-your-mind/

https://www.insidescience.org/video/how-do-optical-illusions-work

http://www.iflscience.com/brain/why-do-we-see-optical-illusions/

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Convict Leasing and Prison Industrial Complex: 1920s vs 21st century Racist Incarceration Practices

Convict Leasing and Prison Industrial Complex: 1920s vs 21st century Racist Incarceration Practices. Convict Leasing and Prison Industrial Complex: 1920s vs 21st century Racist Incarceration Practices. This research paper is 30% of my overall grade, so can you please do a good job on this paper!

First, I want to incorporate at least ten sources in my paper but I couldn’t find a pdf version of each source so i attached a copy of my Annotated Bibliography and Research Proposal which shows every source. Maybe you can go and look at the sources for yourself. I also attached three of the sources below. Also attached is a powerpoint I used for an oral presentation I used in class.

SECOND, THE MAIN IDEA IM TRYING TO SHOW IN THIS PAPER IS THAT THE ABOLISHMENT OF SLAVERY HAS NOT RESULTED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FREE LABOR SYSTEM AS THE GROWING AND REBUILDING ECONOMY GREATLY RELIED ON THE CONVICT LABOR. THE WHITE COMPANIES USED THE CONVICT LEASING FOR THEIR BENEFITS, EXPLOITING THE LABOR AND TARGETING THE AFRICAN AMERICANS. AFRICAN AMERICANS WERE TARGETED BY BRUTALITY FORCING THEM TO FREE LABOR IN PRISONS AND TREATING THEM BAD.
MENTION THE POLICE BRUTALITY

Third, When you include quotes from the sources provided, make sure you quote them meaning tell which article the quote is from and what page number. Also, make sure you introduce the quotes first and explain the quotes after you site them in the research paper.

FOURTH,
IN MY ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY THERE IS THREE RESEARCH QUESTIONS. IN THIS RESEARCH PAPER YOU HAVE TO ANSWER THOSE THREE QUESTIONS IN THE RESEARCH PAPER BY GIVING RESEARCH ON THOSE THREE PARTICULAR QUESTIONS.

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Literary Criticism

Literary Criticism. Literary Criticism. 4 parts:

1st
literary criticism
define the term above

2nd
passionate love- literary critic Wordsworth’s theory on literary work Dante’s Vita Nuova
include the principles and themes

3rd
incorporate another literary critic, Aristotle.
compare/ contrast Wordsworth’s concepts to Aristotle’s

4th
relate both literary critics Wordsworth’s and Aristotle’s critical concepts to the literary work Flannery O’Connor’s short story A Good Man Is Hard To Find
specifically the Catholic Identity issues O’Connor raises

using these in class texts as sources (listed below):

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Other Poems. New York: Dover, 1992.

Dante. La Vita Nuova. New York: Penguin, 1980.

Euripides. Medea. New York: Dover, l992.

Kaplan, Charles. Editor. Criticism: The Major Statements, 4th Edition. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2000.

O’ Connor, Flannery. A Good Man is Hard to Find and Other Stories. New York: Harcourt
Brace & Company, 1983.

Shakespeare, William. Hamlet. Eds. Barbara A. Mowat and Paul Werstine. New York: Simon
and Shuster, 2012.

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current issues and enduring questions-book we use for class

current issues and enduring questions-book we use for class. current issues and enduring questions-book we use for class. * Choose one of the literary excerpts contained in pages 655-804 in Current Issues and write an articulate, well-organized, and convincing essay in which you construct an argument that details the particular social or cultural position the writer is assuming. What social or political commentary is the writer making and how does he/she achieve this purpose through his/her language and other writing strategies?

Requirements:

* This is an argumentative essay which means the purpose here is not to summarize and describe what happens in your chosen selection, but to construct an argument about and analyze what your chosen author is doing to achieve that point.
* You must provide specific quoted evidence from the text to support your argument.

Some Suggestions:

* Some of these selections are more “fictional” than others. In other words, some essays like “The Declaration of Independence” or “I Have a Dream” more overtly outline a specific argument where poems and short stories might do this more covertly. You should definitely write about the selection you respond to the most. However, regardless of what you choose, remember that you need to make your thesis statement arguable. In any case then, your thesis statement and argument need to go beyond what is obvious to most readers. For all selections, this will mean going beyond identifying the writer’s argument, but analyzing the manner in which the writer presents his/her argument, and what he/she is conveying (unconsciously or not) culturally.

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Analyze the use of figurative language in a song

Analyze the use of figurative language in a song. Analyze the use of figurative language in a song. You have some good, developing ideas on this revision. Your idea on what you want to argue the
song’s meaning is, in particular, is developing well.
However, your work still needs improvement to be a fully-developed, unified outline.
First, your thesis still needs improvement. 1) list the three or more literary devices the song
uses; 2) state more clearly up front what you’ll argue the song’s message is (about love and
death); and 3) indicate what you’ll argue is the reason this song’s message is so popular. Right
now, you have a good idea developing for item #2—it sounds like you want to argue the song’s
message is that love (current or remembered) can act as a comfort and stave off regrets when one
is dying. So, include that idea in your thesis, in addition to items 1 and 3.
Second, you must revise your outlined body paragraphs so each one covers one point to
support your thesis argument. As noted on your previous return, one common order is to focus
each of the first three body paragraphs on a single literary device and then the fourth paragraph
on the “reason for popularity” argument.
Another method you could use would be to organize your paragraphs by topic. For instance—to
prove the song’s message is that love is a comfort and staves off regret at death, your first
paragraph might first need to prove that the speaker in the song is actually dying. You would
analyze multiple literary device uses to prove this is the case. Then, your second paragraph might
focus on proving that the song is saying the girl is a comfort during this time of death. Then,
your third paragraph might prove that the song is also saying the girl (her love, the memory of
her, whatever your argument is) helps keep the man from feeling regret about anything in his
life. Finally, your fourth paragraph would prove your “reason for popularity” argument.
Third, no matter what organizational method you choose for your body paragraphs, you must
deepen and explain your literary analysis so readers understand and are persuaded by
your conclusions. See the marginal comments for more help in this area.
If you have questions on this feedback and how to revise, please contact the school.
Instructor (VGG)
Lucio Dalla’s “Caruso” (English Translation #4)
Here, where the sea shines and the wind howls,
on the old terrace beside the gulf of Sorrento
a man embraces a girl after the tears,
then clears his throat and continues the song:
I love you very much, very, very much, you know;
it is a chain by now that heats the blood inside the veins, you know…
He saw the lights out on the sea, thought of the nights there in America,
But they were only the fisherman’s lamps and the white wash astern.
He felt the pain in the music
and stood up from the piano,
but when he saw the moon emerging from a cloud,
death also seemed sweeter to him.
He looked the girl in the eyes, those eyes as green as the sea.
Then suddenly a tear fell and he believed he was drowning.
I love you very much, very, very much, you know;
it is a chain by now that heats the blood inside the veins, you know…
The power of opera, where every drama is a hoax;
with a little make-up and with mime
you can become someone else.
But two eyes that look at you, so close and real,
make you forget the words, confuse your thoughts,
so everything becomes small, also the nights there in America.
You turn and see your life through the white wash astern.
But, yes, it is life that ends and he did not think much about it
on the contrary, he already felt happy and continued his song:
I love you very much, very, very much, you know;
it is a chain by now that heats the blood inside the veins, you know…
I love you very much, very, very much, you know;
it is a chain by now that heats the blood inside the veins, you know…
Commented [GGV1]: The lyrics must come first in this
document.
inside the veins, you know…
The original version of “Caruzo” by Lucio Dalla
Qui dove il mare luccica
e tira forte
il vento
su una vecchia terrazza davanti al golfo di Sorrient
( Sorrento- Neapolitan expression)
un uomo
abbraccia una ragazza
dopo che aveva pianto
poi si schiarisce
la voce e ricomincia il canto.
Te voglio bene assai
(ti voglio molto bene)
ma tanto tanto bene sai
e’ ‘na
catena ormai (è una)
che scioglie il sangue dint’ e vene
sai (nelle vene).
Vide le luci in mezzo al mare
pensò alle notti là in
America
ma erano solo le lampare
e la bianca scia di
un’elica
sentì il dolore nella musica
si alzò dal
pianoforte
ma quando vide la luna uscire da una nuvola
gli
sembrò più dolce anche la morte
guardò negli occhi la ragazza
quegli occhi verdi come il
mare
poi all’improvviso uscì una lacrima
e lui credette di
affogare
Te voglio bene assai
(ti voglio molto bene)
ma tanto tanto bene sai
e’ ‘na
catena ormai (è una catena)
e scioglie il sangue dint’e
vene sai (nelle vene).
Potenza della lirica
dove ogni dramma è un falso
che con un
po’ di trucco e con la mimica
puoi diventare un altro
ma due
occhi che ti guardano
così vicini e veri
ti fanno scordare le
parole
confondono i pensieri.
Così diventò tutto piccolo
anche le notti là in America
ti
volti e vedi la tua vita
come la scia di un’elica
Ah si, è la vita che finisce
ma lui non ci pensò poi
tanto
anzi si sentiva felice
e ricominciò il suo canto.
Te voglio bene assai
(ti voglio molto bene)
ma tanto tanto bene sai
è una
catena ormai
che scioglie il sangue dint’e vene sai (nelle
vene).
Te voglio bene assai
(ti voglio molto bene)
ma tanto tanto bene sai
è una
catena ormai
che scioglie il sangue dint’e vene sai (nelle vene).
Figurative Language in Lucio Dalla’s “Caruso”
Thesis: Caruso dies in pain and finds relief in the affection to a young woman who would
be the last love of his life.
I. The song tells a story of a man dying in pain and a young woman being the image he
wants to remember.
A. He remembers the places he enjoyed so much:
1. “Here, where the sea shines and the wind howls, / on the old
terrace beside the gulf of Sorrento” (Dalla lines 1-2).
B. He appreciates the new country of America that enhanced his popularity, and he
recollects it with warmth, but recognizes that nothing can replace his homeland,
treating the fame as “fisherman’s lamps and the white wash astern” only (Dalla
line 8).
C. However, he does not recognize the value of his life through what he has
accomplished, stating “You turn and see your life through the white wash astern”
(Dalla 23).
II. The last days of life spent in pain and agony are revealed with the metaphor and
comparison
A. The singer compares pain to the chain that melts him from inside and seeks relief
through death:
Commented [GGV2]: Okay—if this is the case, what is the
song’s message, then? That love can comfort people in
death?
Review the previous return for all three elements you must
present in your thesis.
Commented [GGV3]: This paragraph does not have a
united idea that supports a thesis point, nor do you identify
literary devices in this paragraph.
1. “it is a chain by now that heats the blood inside the veins” (Dalla
chorus)
B. He cannot even perform, because he “felt the pain in the music” (Dalla line 9).
C. Death seemed the only relief also when he realized that he was not alone (use of a
metaphor for the occurrence of a woman in his life):
1. “…when he saw the moon emerging from a cloud, / death also
seemed sweeter to him” (Dalla lines 11-12).
D. Also, he realized that it was the end:
1. “it is life that ends” (Dalla line 24).
III. The woman is referred to as a girl in the song, because she is young and beautiful, with
the author using figurative language (comparisons and metaphors) to highlight her beauty
and her role in the last days of Caruso’s life:
A. She had beautiful eyes that were of the same color as the sea:
1. Her “eyes as green as the sea” (Dalla line 13).
B. When her tears dropped, it was overwhelming for him:
1. “a tear fell and he believed he was drowning” (Dalla line 14).
C. The way she looked at him – obviously, with love – made him forget about his
pain:
1. “But two eyes that look at you, so close and real, / make you forget
the words, confuse your thoughts” (Dalla lines 20-21).
2. When she looks at him, “everything becomes small, also the nights
there in America” (Dalla line 22), because the only thing he needs to feel
happy is love.
Commented [GGV4]: But this line comes directly after the
speaker says he loves the girl very much. So, would the “it”
not reference that love? What makes you think the “it” here
references pain toward death? You need more analysis to
support this reading.
Commented [GGV5]: How is the moon emerging from a
cloud a metaphor for a woman in his life? You must explain.
And, if death is sweeter, then what is the message of the
song?
Commented [GGV6]: Which is what role? What is the
message the song sends about love and death? You lack a
consistent reading here that you prove through all your
information and (developing) analysis.
Commented [GGV7]: But DOES he forget his pain? You
noted earlier that death seemed sweeter (than a woman). So,
wouldn’t that suggest he DIDN’T forget?
Commented [GGV8]: Is this the message you want to argue
the song sends?
But what lit device is used here? And how do you get the
interpretation that “the only thing he needs to feel happy is
love”? Without explanations for your conclusions, the readers
cannot understand (and thus will not be persuaded by) your
ideas.

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Part 2: "Yet Do I Marvel" contains many classical references. Look up the meaning of one of them. Explain what that reference contributes to your understanding of the poem. How does it relate to the overall message?

Part 3: "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" also connects a people to a symbol that is timeless and ‘of the earth’. This is not the first work we’ve seen that discusses rivers. Water is a symbol in many works. Discuss how it appears in Hughes’s poem and in two other works we’ve read this term; what does water seem to represent in these works?

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