“Dissenting voices tell us what really matters”.
Examine your chosen texts in the light of this statement.
Examine the ways in which your chosen texts address the competing claims of the individual and the community.
Discuss the ways in which violence is used to provoke political engagement in the reader in your chosen texts.
Examine the ways in which your chosen texts engage with ideologies of gender and/or race and/or sexuality.
In what ways do literary texts render human identity problematic, by submitting it to the fragmentation of conflicting, unstable and often violent political paradigms?
Joined successions A succession (an) of genuine number is known as a focalized arrangements if a keeps an eye on a limited breaking point as n→∞. On the off chance that we say that (a) has a breaking point a∈ F if given any ε > 0, ε ∈ F, k∈ â„• | a – a | < ε n ≥ k In the event that a has a farthest point an, at that point we can compose it as liman = an or (a) → a. Cauchy Sequence A Cauchy succession is an arrangement in which numbers turn out to be nearer to each different as the grouping advances. On the off chance that we say that (an) is a Cauchy succession if given any ε > 0, ε ∈ F, k∈ â„• | a – am | < ε n,m ≥ k. Gary Sng Chee Hien, (2001). Limited sets, Upper Bounds, Least Upper Bounds A set is called limited if there is a sure feeling of limited size. A set R of genuine numbers is called limited of there is a genuine number Q with the end goal that Q ≥ r for all r in R. the number M is known as the upper bound of R. A set is limited in the event that it has both upper and lowe>