RESPNED TO TWO OF THE FOLLOWING ( READ THE ATTACHMENT).

RESPNED TO TWO OF THE FOLLOWING ( READ THE ATTACHMENT).


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Part 2: Complete two essays. Each essay will be worth fifteen points. (30 Points)
Respond to two of the following prompts by writing two essays (including an
introduction, body, and conclusion), citing specific information from the
appropriate text. Citing, in this case, means quoting directly, paraphrasing, or
summarizing from the text. It is not necessary to parenthetically cite; identify
only the author’s name and the text title once in each essay response. Make sure
that you respond to all parts of the essay question.
Make sure that you note the number of the essay prompt you are addressing.
1. Choose one of the following novels and its corresponding film:
To Kill a Mockingbird
Perks of Being a Wallflower
• Divergent
Write an essay considering the similarities and differences in the novel and the film.
Describe three specific points that appear in the novel, but not the film. (These points could
be events, characters, themes, etc.) Do these deletions detract from the film? Why or why
not? Defend your opinion with specific evidence.
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2. Choose the protagonist of one of the following novels:
To Kill a Mockingbird
Perks of Being a Wallflower
Divergent
Then, choose one of the following processes:
The Five Stages of Alienation and Initiation
Joseph Campbell’s The Hero’s Journey
The Process of Growth in Moral Judgement
Once you’ve chosen your protagonist and process, in an essay, trace that specific character’s
steps in the process in detail using specific evidence, i.e., specific reasons and examples
from the novel.
3. The following is a list of significant symbols from TKAM:
Mockingbird
• Mayella’s red geraniums
Scout’s overalls
• Tim Johnson, the rabid dog
Choose one of the symbols listed above and explain, in depth in an essay, its significance
the novel. Defend your opinion by using specific evidence, i.e., specific reasons and
examples from the novel.
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4. In TKAM, is Atticus Finch a good father or an inadequate father for Jem and Scout? State
your opinion of Atticus’ efforts as a father in an essay. Defend your opinion by providing
specific evidence such as explanations, compelling reasons, and examples from the novel.
5. In PBW, Patrick says,
“You ever think, Charlie, that our group is the same as any other group, like the
football team? And the only difference is what we wear and why we wear it?
Consider this quote in your response to the
following questions:
• What is a “wallflower” and what are the perks of being one?
How is being a wallflower a detriment?
In what ways is each of the three friends-Patrick, Sam, and Charlie-wallflowers?
What do you think of Patrick’s question?
Describe your opinion on the quote and the issues brought up by these questions. Defend
your opinion in an essay by providing specific evidence such as explanations, compelling
reasons, and examples from the novel.
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6. In PBW, at the end of the novel, Charlie says:
“So, we are who we are for a lot of reasons. And maybe we’ll never know most of them.
But even if we don’t have the power to choose where we come from, we can still choose
where we go from there. We can still do things. And we can try to okay about them.”
In an essay, explain what Charlie means by these statements and address the following
questions:
How does this quote reflect the changes that Charlie has gone through throughout
the novel?
Do you agree or disagree with what Charlie says?
Defend your opinion in an essay by providing specific evidence such as explanations,
compelling reasons, and examples from the novel.
7. Fear plays a large part in D, as the faction that Tris opts to join, Dauntless, is based on
conquering fear or becoming fearless. Four learns about Tris’s status as Divergent and
offers to help her pass as Dauntless by sharing his “Fear Landscape” with her. Four, who
famously earned his nickname by having only four fears, is revealed to most deeply fear the
violence and brutality of his father. Four, arguably one of the best in Dauntless (aka the
most fearless), continues to grapple with the consequences and fear years after the fact.
“I look from Marcus, who walks slowly toward us, to Four, who inches slowly back, and
everything comes together” (Chapter 25).
As a culture, we often expect victims – particularly men & boys – to get past their fears or
“over” the abuse and quickly!) in order to succeed or “move on” in life. Four is an excellent
example, for both men and women, that abuse isn’t something that can easily be forgotten,
but it also needn’t define us.
What did you think about the depiction of fear and family violence in D?
Do you think these scenes would have played differently if Four had been a woman
and Tris had been a man?
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