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Discussion 1

  Prepare: Prior to completing this discussion, you will need to read Shakespeare’s Macbeth from Appendix B of the Journey into Literature. (See attached file Macbeth)

          Reflect:  Macbeth is often considered one of literature’s greatest tragedies, not only because of Macbeth’s tragic fall from grace, but because of how the play relates to human nature and the conflicts inherent in human nature. Think of what kinds of conflicts you saw in Macbeth. Consider what literary techniques helped convey the conflict.

          Write: Your initial post must be 200 to 300words in length In your initial post, please do the following:

Identify a conflict that you see present in Macbeth (please refer to the list of conflicts).  (See attached file ENG125 – Types of Conflicts Found in Literature)

Respond to oneof the following and provide specific textual examples:

1.     Describe a key conflict in the play and how it corresponds to a character’s development. .  If you chose this one (See attached file ENG125 – Types of Conflicts Found in Literature)

2.    Describe two key literary techniques and elements of drama that aid in developing the conflict. (if you chose this one see attached file Literary techniques)

3.       Explain how the conflict identified in the play relates to human nature and the human condition.

 

 

 

 

Discussion 2

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                 Prepare: In order to complete this discussion, you will need to read Sharon E. Cooper’s Mistaken Identity: A Ten Minute Play from Chapter 14 of Journey into Literature.(See attached file Mistaken Identity)

            Reflect: In the “Tragedy” discussion this week, you explored the function of conflict in a tragedy and how the conflict is enhanced by certain literary elements and techniques. In this discussion activity, you will focus on comedy.Reflect on Mistaken Identity: A Ten Minute Play. This is a modern comedy that centers on the quest for love and understanding. Consider whether/how the function of the conflict in this play and the way the literary elements and techniques enhance the conflict is different from what we studied in Macbeth.

           

Write: The initial post must be 200 to 300words in length In your initial post:

Identify a conflict that you see present in Mistaken Identity: A Ten Minute Play (See attached file ENG125 – Types of Conflicts Found in Literature)

 

Respond to oneof the following, providing examples or quotations from the play to illustrate your ideas:

1.     Describe a key conflict in the play and how it corresponds to a character’s development.  If you chose this one (See attached file ENG125 – Types of Conflicts Found in Literature)

2.     Describe two key literary techniques and elements and techniques of drama that aid in developing the conflict. (if you chose this one see attached file Literary techniques)

3.     Explain how and why the conflict in this comedy is different from and/or similar to the conflict explored in tragedy.

 

 

Discussion 3

 

  GRAMMER AND SPELLING IS A MUST. PLEASE BE SURE TO FOLLOW WHAT IS BEING ASKED AND USE THE FILES I HAVE PROVIDED. I DO NOT NEED A TITLE PAGE, JUST A REFERENCE PAGE.

 

 

Review the feedback you received from the Ashford Writing Center and consider how you will apply their suggestions as you develop your draft into a final literary analysis essay. See Attached file wb5ntp193390

Write: Your initial post must be 100-200 wordsin length. In your initial post, please do the following:

State the tracking number beginning with “ntp” found at the top of your reviewed paper.(See file ntp193390)

Respond to the feedback by offering:

A summary of what you learned from their comments;

A three- to five-point plan of items you will address or revise for your final literary analysis; and

 

Your thoughts on how you plan to use the services of the Ashford Writing Center in future courses.

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