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Attached are the prompts and instructions for the third written assignment. The

Attached are the prompts and instructions for the third written assignment. The assignment is two 3-5 page papers. Answer these 2 questions Each answer should be a clear, well-organized essay of 3-5 double-spaced pages in length (font size 12). Each essay should be stapled separately. Please put the appropriate prompt number on each essay. (1 and 2)

1. Rorty argues that ‘the proper reaction to the Antipodean story is to adopt … materialism” (Rosenthal, p. 283). Explain how Rorty argues for this claim.

2. Compare and contrast what Locke, Butler/Reid, and Hume say about the relation between personal identity and memory. (I am assuming that Butler and Reid share the same view about the relation between personal identity and memory, and so when discussing their view, you may discuss either of them, or both.)

Required reading ( i could pay for the acquisition or rental of these books)
1. David M. Rosenthal, ed., The Nature of Mind (New York: Oxford University Press, 1991).
2. John Perry, ed., Personal Identity, 2d ed. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008).
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Hello expert. This is my final grading Q & A (just 5 questions) for my linguisti

Hello expert. This is my final grading Q & A (just 5 questions) for my linguistics class, it determines the grade for the whole class, so it is very important and I really want to get an A. I need your help because I am so busy these two days. My school teacher’s field of study is Systematic Functional Grammar. So there may be some questions that need to be answered from a more linguistic or grammatical point of view.
The answers are based on the two papers and the corresponding sections. I have included the papers in the attachment. Answers can be clearly organised by listing them, e.g. 1.2.3.4. I hope you can help me to answer the questions carefully, I trust you very much! (I have actually read both of them, those highlighted parts in the document are randomly underlined by me, don’t care). There’s no specific word count required for this answer, just write the whole thing and write it well! I pre-ordered three pages and the customer service said if the word count was exceeded by then I could make up the money, and that I would be refunded if the word count was not enough (so word count is not an issue). We do have a plagiarism rate, so we have to write in our own words. I’m aiming for an A in this course. thank you very much!~~
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This is my final English Essay assignment. Please read the file and follow the

This is my final English Essay assignment.
Please read the file and follow the instructions.
Thank you!
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Do you need the Book? Private Love Public School: Gay Teacher Under Fire`

Do you need the Book?

Private Love Public School: Gay Teacher Under Fire`

1. Discuss four specific examples of LGBTQ+ prejudice or discrimination from the story that stood out to you the most in the story and explain WHY these were so impactful (3/4 page minimum for answer)

2. Discuss how the following three systems contributed to the problem/issues/experiences discussed in the book. (3/4 page minimum for complete answer, including all three concepts)
Exosystem- (policies, laws, forms of media and information)

Macrosystem- (broad ideological and cultural aspects of society)

Chronosystem- (do you believe something similar could happen today? Why or why not?)

3. Identify examples from the book that illustrate two different forms of power and discuss HOW the examples specifically relate to those forms of power. (based on French and Raven’s Six Bases of Power-notes ) See attachment
(1/2 page minimum answer)

4. Discuss your personal insights from the story and its contribution to your under-standing of social inequality along with some suggestions for how continuing problems with regard to prejudice and discrimination of LGBTQIA+ people might be addressed. (1/2 page minimum answer)
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Assignment Overview: From the choices below, please write an essay on one of th

Assignment Overview:
From the choices below, please write an essay on one of the short stories read in class. You should respond to the essay question by using evidence from the text and the provided scholarly source, as well as a second credible or academic source found on your own using the Hostos Library website.

Reminders:

Make sure to include a clear thesis statement in your introduction that fully addresses the essay question and makes an original claim or argument about your chosen story.
demonstrate understanding of literary terms and elements of fiction.

Make sure to use direct quotes and examples from the story and both of your outside sources, following the rules for MLA citation.

Length and Formatting:
4 pages typed, double-spaced, size 12 Times New Roman font
Heading in MLA Format
In-Text Citations in MLA format. Example: (Carver, 8).
Works Cited Page

Hostos Writing Center
The Hostos Writing Center is available to provide online assistance with your essays, at any stage of the writing process. You can sign up for a live virtual session with a tutor, or you can request written feedback on a draft. Appointments can be made here: https://hostos.mywconline.com, or by e-mailing WritingCenterHostos@gmail.com.

Essay Prompts:

1). Cathedral:
In “Cathedral,” the narrator admits that all he knows about blindness “comes from the movies,” and that cathedrals for him are just “something to look at on late-night TV.” But by the end of the story, even though he knows he is sitting in his living room, he doesn’t feel like he’s “inside anything.” For this topic, please write an essay focused on the story’s ending—do you think the narrator truly learns to see things from a new perspective? Why or why not?
In your essay, be sure to include discussion of the following secondary source, plus one other: “Cathedral by Raymond Carver, 1983” by Carol Simpson Stern from The Reference Guide to Short Fiction.

2). Raymond’s Run:
By the end of this story, Squeaky comes to an understanding not only of her relationship with her brother, Raymond, but also the way in which she wants to live her life as an adolescent approaching young womanhood. Based on the story’s ending, what kind of person do you think Squeaky hopes to become? How is this reflected in her changing relationships with Raymond and Gretchen?
In your essay, be sure to include discussion of the following secondary source, plus one other: “Raymond’s Run” by Judith Barton Williamson from Masterplots II: Short Story Series.

3.) The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas:
In Omelas, every citizen is faced with an ethical dilemma—the knowledge that their happiness is dependent on the misery of an innocent child. Some are able to accept this from a utilitarian standpoint (the happiness of the many outweighs the suffering of the few), while others choose to leave. Do you think the people who walk away from Omelas are making a moral choice, or do you think they are taking the “easy” way out by removing themselves from the situation altogether?
In your essay, be sure to include discussion of the following secondary source, plus one other: “Le Guin’s ‘Omelas’: Issues of Genre” by W.A. Senior from Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts.
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– I need a book report for my son Grade 11 class. – In Canadian grammar version

– I need a book report for my son Grade 11 class.
– In Canadian grammar version
– The book is called ” Motorcycles and Sweetgrass by Drew Hayden Taylor
“Cover page”
Title: Motorcycles and Sweetgrass
Author:
Name:
Due Date:
Class: English
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Poetry Essay, Poem attached below, ignore annotations. Essay focus: Analyze “Sh

Poetry Essay, Poem attached below, ignore annotations.
Essay focus: Analyze “She Lives in a Pat of Butter”: what does this poem say about “domestic” life?
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In the book “A Sense of Urgency,” Kotter shines the spotlight on the crucial fir

In the book “A Sense of Urgency,” Kotter shines the spotlight on the crucial first step in his framework: creating a sense of urgency by getting people to actually see and feel the need for change. Why focus on urgency? Single space type.
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I need a two pages essay based on the podcast “Myths and Legends Podcast 3/23/21

I need a two pages essay based on the podcast “Myths and Legends Podcast 3/23/21 – 220A – Odyssey: The Castaways”.
Just expressing ideas.
No big words
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