An analysis of “Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol”

 In this task, you will write an analysis (suggested length of 3–5 pages) of one work of literature.
• Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol, 1843 (novella)
Once you have selected and read the work, you will create a paragraph of descriptive writin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with your personal observations about the work. This paragraph must be written before you do research on the work, the author, and the period it comes from. You will need to be quite detailed in” rel=”nofollow”>in your description of the work.

The next step will be to research the work, the life of the artist, and the period. You will then be ready to create your analysis. This process of analysis will require you to discuss the historical context of the work, pertin” rel=”nofollow”>inent aspects of the author’s biography, themes and/or stylistic characteristics of its historical period, and fin” rel=”nofollow”>inally, the relevance of this work for audiences today.

The fin” rel=”nofollow”>inal requirement of the task will be to reflect on this process of analysis and describe how your perception of the work changed.

Your submission must be your origin” rel=”nofollow”>inal work. No more than a combin” rel=”nofollow”>ined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one in” rel=”nofollow”>individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. Use the Turnitin” rel=”nofollow”>in Origin” rel=”nofollow”>inality Report available in” rel=”nofollow”>in Taskstream as a guide for this measure of origin” rel=”nofollow”>inality.

You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain” rel=”nofollow”>in hyperlin” rel=”nofollow”>inks to relevant portions of the course.
A. Record your in” rel=”nofollow”>initial reaction to the work (suggested length of 1 paragraph or half a page) by doin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing:
1. Describe your in” rel=”nofollow”>initial thoughts and/or feelin” rel=”nofollow”>ings about the work.
2. Describe in” rel=”nofollow”>in detail at least one aspect of the work that most in” rel=”nofollow”>interests you.
B. Analyze the work (suggested length of 2–4 pages) by doin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing:
1. Describe the historical context of the period in” rel=”nofollow”>in which the work was written.
2. Discuss in” rel=”nofollow”>insights in” rel=”nofollow”>into the work that can be gain” rel=”nofollow”>ined from the author’s biography.
3. Analyze how this work explores a particular theme and/or stylistic characteristic from its period.
4. Explain” rel=”nofollow”>in the relevance of this work for today’s audiences.
C. Discuss how the deeper knowledge you gain” rel=”nofollow”>ined through your analysis has in” rel=”nofollow”>informed or altered your thoughts and/or feelin” rel=”nofollow”>ings about the work (suggested length of 1 paragraph or half a page).
D. When you use sources to support ideas and elements in” rel=”nofollow”>in a paper or project, provide acknowledgement of source in” rel=”nofollow”>information for any content that is quoted, paraphrased or summarized. Acknowledgement of source in” rel=”nofollow”>information in” rel=”nofollow”>includes in” rel=”nofollow”>in-text citation notin” rel=”nofollow”>ing specifically where in” rel=”nofollow”>in the submission the source is used and a correspondin” rel=”nofollow”>ing reference, which in” rel=”nofollow”>includes the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing:
• author
• date
• title
• location of in” rel=”nofollow”>information (e.g., publisher, journal, website URL)
Note: The use of APA citation style is encouraged but is not required for this task.

Reference List:

Note: This reference list refers only to direct citations in” rel=”nofollow”>in the assessment above and may be different from those you need to complete the assessment.

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