Date of publication: 2017-09-03 09:15
“A Modest Proposal ” The welfare of people as members of a community has historically been addressed in most literary forms of Jonathan Swift’s essay “A Modest Proposal for Preventing Children of Ireland from being a Burden to Their Parents or Country, and for Making Them Beneficial to the Public”.
Assignment #6 “A Modest Proposal ” By HUM-667 Abstract According to “Swift” The people of Ireland were forced to live in the hands of the English which left them in terrible conditions. Poverty ran through the country as wildly as the wind.
You will submit at least one draft to your instructor for commentary. Make sure to identify your target publication at the top of your essay. After you get it back, consider his or her response and revise. Then submit a final draft 656 free of any commentary and/or hand-written marks 656 in the portfolio.
A Modest Proposal “A Modest Proposal ” is about a projector making a proposal to the Irish that he has a way stop the poverty of Ireland. The projector is proposing that they can get a one year old baby and cook them for a meal. It takes neither expenses nor funds to do it. Swifts says they won’t.
Cultural Dress Ruby Henderson Ant 656 Professor Jonathan Sharpe July 77, 7559 Throughout the ages, society’s idea of what is appropriate dress for a proper woman has evolved dramatically. What once would have been consider risqué or provocative is now the norm in other cultural societies. Although.
A second goal of my proposal is that the time and effort put into making the collage and presenting it in front of the class will equal the worth of dropping the lowest quiz grade. Because this collage requires the creator to examine the context, audience, setting, structure of any one of the readings, it is essentially like a quiz itself, which includes questions on similar topics.
This is the most important part of your paper in some respects. You need to both introduce the topic and show the audience why they should care about this topic. It’s often helpful to begin with an interesting fact, statistic, or anecdote to grab the reader’s attention.
The students will have one week from the announcement of the project to complete the collage and prepare a presentation for it. Each student must choose one reading that we have done so far or will read in the future, and no two students may choose the same work. Conflict with students wanting to present the same work will be resolved by a first come first serve basis. The students will be given a rubric with the exact requirements of the project and what the purpose of the project is.
Past visuals that we have used in class to describe scenes from our readings such as The Tempest and The Odyssey have greatly helped me to understand some of the ideas of the stories. For example, I always pictured the cyclops as a nasty, vile creature, but after some of the “fuzzy” drawings on the board done by some of my peers, I imagined and understood that he could in fact be a gentle creature that was just angered by Ulysses trespassing and blinding him. I could not have seen that perspective of the story had it not been for some of the more innocent visuals on the board.
Show the audience that you know what you are doing. The more prepared you look the better your chances are to get the proposal passed (or get a better grade if it is for a class).
As in any essay or paper, cite your sources as appropriate. If you actually quote from a resource in you essay then title this section " Works Cited ". If you do not cite anything word for word, use " Works Consulted ".