Pick one of the following essay topics.
1. Compare and contrast the goals of writers in weeks ten through twelve with those of earlier writers we’ve read in weeks one through four or six through eight.
2. Examine and explain in detail the Modernist Movement.
3. Explore the Paris writers of this era.
4. Explain how several writers of can be seen as transition figures between two literary movements and two historical periods.
5. Examine the historical events between the two world wars. Why was this referred to as The Lost Generation? Use our authors as reference and resources.
6. Examine the Multiculturalism Movement
7. Explain in detail the importance of nature, emotions, the individual in any two movements we’ve covered in weeks ten through twelve.
8. Examine and explain Postmodernism encorporating at least some of our authors as reference.
9. Examine the shift from Postmodernism back to Realism.
Your submissions should always be in MLA Style: Essay three will be 750-1,000 words required. Please recall that the 750-word range is the minimum requirement and just meets the assignment for an average grade consideration. Quality work, however, may slide the earned grade some, but not likely by two rubric levels.
In the upper left-hand corner of the paper, place your name, the professorâ€™s name, the course name, and the due date for the assignment on consecutive lines. Double space your information from your name onward. All papers should be in size 10 or 12 Times New Roman font, with one-inch margins all the way around your paper. All paragraph indentations should be indented five spaces (one tab) from the left margin. All work is to be left justified. When quoting lines in literature, please research the proper way to cite short stories, plays, or poems.
You should make use of the online APUS library. Avoid all uses of Wikipedia (or any encyclopedia or dictionary) and reference guides. Be careful that you donâ€™t create a cut and paste paper of information from your various sources. You may not use previously published material; your ideas are to be new and freshly constructed. Also, take great care not to plagiarize; if in doubt, cite the source.