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American Literature Final Project

American Literature Final Project

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Final Literature Project Scope

The scope for the course project is to show evidence of careful and thoughtful development of the subject with attention to appropriate depth and detail. The project

should be clear, coherent, and well organized. It should be free of errors that hinder meaning and free of plagiarized material. Note: In spite of good work in some of

these areas, a paper can be so deficient in others as to make it unsuccessful overall. PowerPoint options should have at least twenty screens and 1,000 to 1,500 words

(and pictures obviously). Do not cut and paste information into screens as even PowerPoints will be run through With any option, you should write 80% of

the material yourself and quote, cite, and provide a Works Cited for the unoriginal content.

Course Project Description

For your project, choose one of the following options:

1. Prose to Prose: Read another literary piece from an author of your choice that we have studied throughout the course. Write a detailed comparison of the two

literary pieces, using specific details from each. Your paper should be 1,000-1,500 words at least with proper use of quotations and citations. You may decide to limit

your focus to character, plot, setting, symbolism, conflict, point of view, or theme. For example, you may choose Edgar Allan Poe. We have read “Premature Death” and

“The Masque of the Red Death.” So, you would select another of Poe’s repertoire that best suits your project’s direction. Be sure to write only in third person

narrative voice.

2. Prose and Mixed Media: This option is to compare a literary piece from an author we’ve read in this class with its cinematic counterpart. Again, you should focus on

the literary aspects of the prose, but you would include vocabulary specific to the movie genre. You should be clear in your direction prior to viewing. You should

watch the film and read the text more than once. You may decide to focus on what was left out of the film version. Perhaps you feel the omission was critical to the

success of the film. Some prose writings do not transfer well to the silver screen, while some are better for it. You will write this in the third person, of course,

even though this option is asking for your opinion. Your project should be 1,000 to 1,500 words in length with proper use of quotations and citations. You may present

this in an essay format or a PowerPoint or Prezi presentation. For example, we will use “Masque of the Red Death” again. There is an obscure 1991 version starring

Frank Stallone, Brenda Vaccaro, and Herbert Lom. There is also a 1964 version starring Vincent Price available through Netflix. If you are very ambitious, there is a

heavy metal band Crimson Glory who wrote and released a song of the same title on their 1988 album.

3. Prose Mash Up: From a work we’ve read in this class, write a story from a different point of view. You may take an entire story’s plot and write a version as

someone else would tell it. You may have to edit the piece down to a workable length. Your project should be 1,000 to 1,500 words in length with proper use of

quotations and citations. For example, since we know Death is the narrator in “The Masque of the Red Death,” how would the story have been different from say the

Prince’s point of view?



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