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Comparative Analysis with Sources

Comparative Analysis with Sources
The Assignment: In each of this course?s four units, we have examined not just a Dialogue consisting of two literary texts, but a moment in American literary history: poetry at mid-century; realism and the late 19th century; modernism and the early 20th century; post-modernism and the late 20th/early 21st century. In this paper, you?ll analyze any two texts from one of those Dialogues, examining them in relation to one another and developing an overall idea about their moment in the process. And to help you flesh out that overall idea, you?ll also bring in at least two outside sources, from one or more of three possible contextual areas. This paper should be 6-7 pages (around 10 to 12 paragraphs) in length.
The Three Research Contexts: Your options for outside sources fall into three possible areas; for the paper you should include and cite (in MLA format) at least two such sources, which can come from any one or a combination of these areas:
1) Contemporary Literature: Other literary texts from the same era as your two main ones. Can include texts by authors we read in the same unit (ie, authors such as Twain, Chesnutt, Harte, James, Piatt, Chopin, Crane, et al), although not the texts that we read as a group.
2) Historical or Cultural Evidence: Historical details/texts from the same era; can include primary texts accessed directly (autobiographies, newspaper or magazine articles, legal or governmental texts, texts from other media such as photographs, works of art, songs, or film/TV clips) or found in secondary works on the era (histories, collections).
3) Critical Perspectives: Literary critical readings of either/both of the two main texts or authors, and/or of their era.
The Essay: Your principal job in this essay will be to develop and argue for an overall idea about your two main texts and their moment; that idea will be developed through the usual essay structures (intro with thesis, evidence paragraphs, conclusion). Your first task, then, will be to think about the two readings, identify points you want to make about each and both, and then begin to develop that main idea and think about what it might say about their literary status and moment. Once you have begun to do so, however, and well before you attempt to outline or write any portion of the paper, you?ll also identify, locate, and incorporate outside sources from one or more of the categories listed above; these sources should in some way help you develop or flesh out your main idea (they don?t have to agree with it precisely, but rather can provide supporting evidence in some way or other, or even contrasting evidence that you want to respond to).

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