Write an essay comparing Louise Mallard in Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” to Delia Jones in “Sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston. Some things to think about —continued in order discription

Write an essay comparing Louise Mallard in Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” to Delia Jones in “Sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston. Some things to think about —continued in order discription

Write an essay comparing Louise Mallard in Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” to
Delia Jones in “Sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston. Some things to think about: How are
their initial situations different and how are they alike? Does the difference in race and
social standing between the two change the meaning of the stories, or not? How would
you compare their changes over the course of the stories, their epiphanies, and the two
endings that result? Do you see either, both, or neither story as making a strong feminist
statement?

compare and contrast essay before starting work on this essay Analysis/comparison of stories
Requirements: Your essay will be a comparison any TWO of the stories you have read for this Unit.

You will write an organized essay of 800 words minimum, with introduction, multiple body paragraphs (probably 4-6), and conclusion. You will include a Works Cited at the end of your paper.

You will argue for your own particular idea about the stories, citing specifics and using quotes from the stories as evidence to support your thesis. Put your thesis statement in bold (important: you will lose 10 points if you fail to do this).

Use quotation marks around quotes from the stories. See my document “How to present quotations” under Resources.

Use only the stories and your own thinking about them. This is not a research
assignment. Furthermore, plagiarism from an Internet source will result in a 0 on this assignment.
TOPIC :
Write an essay comparing Louise Mallard in Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” to Delia Jones in “Sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston. Some things to think about: How are their initial situations different and how are they alike? Does the difference in race and social standing between the two change the meaning of the stories, or not? How would you compare their changes over the course of the stories, their epiphanies, and the two endings that result? Do you see either, both, or neither story as making a strong feminist statement?

How to Write a Comparison/Contrast Essay:
The point of a comparison/contrast essay is not to just check off similarities and differences, but to come to some insight that you might not have achieved if you had just analyzed the two stories separately,
DOCUMENTATION:
To get some practice with documentation before your research paper, I want you to use in-text citations as well as the Works Cited at the end.
Ordinarily an in-text citation following a quote would look like this: “Quote” (Chopin 141). But since you are dealing with two different stories, you need to indicate which one the quote is taken from—if you have not done so already in the sentence. Therefore, your citation will include a shortened version of the title: (Chopin, “Story” 67) or (Chopin, “Desiree’s” 141).

As to your Works Cited: You can easily copy/adapt yours from the Works Cited at the end of the sample student essay (163) on two of the Kate Chopin stories. Note that when you have the same author listed more than once, you use two hyphens and a period to show it’s the same name as above. If you use the story “At the ‘Cadian Ball,” which is not in our textbook, or if you use one of the other stories from the linked online sources, you will need to look up the correct way to list an online source from the MLA documentation website provided in this topic area.

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