metaphor

Provide your own explanation of the iMe concept. What does this refer to? How would you explain this to someone unfamiliar with the term?

iMe Concept “iMe” from your assigned book, The Will to Do Nothing. In this paper, respond to the following questions: Provide your own explanation of the iMe concept. What does this refer to? How would you explain this to someone unfamiliar with the term? What is your own iMe like? What are the parts of […]

What does Zertag mean when she says that the Internet has a “huge attack surface”? What are the five differences between cyberwarfare and traditional warfare, according to Zertag?

Cyberattacks What are the three classes of cyberattacks and their effects, according to Zertag? What metaphor does Zertag use to describe the idea that online, there are “no safe’neighbourhoods?” What does she mean? What does Zertag mean when she says that the Internet has a “huge attack surface”? What are the five differences between cyberwarfare […]

From the perspective of a leader/manager, discuss the benefit of identifying the functionality of your organization through the lens of the selected metaphor.

Topic: Metaphors Discuss one of the metaphors from Morgan’s writings that applies to your own organizational context. From the perspective of a leader/manager, discuss the benefit of identifying the functionality of your organization through the lens of the selected metaphor. What do you learn about your organization using that metaphor? What do you learn about […]

Choose one of the below questions and write a response of 250-300 words. What is the narrator really missing when she says she misses home?

Snowfall Response to “Snowfall” by Deesha Philyaw (from the collection The Secret Lives of Church Ladies): Choose one of the below questions and write a response of 250-300 words. In your post, include at least one quotation from the story to support your ideas. 1) What is the narrator really missing when she says she […]

Develop your main argument with two or three main points and provide support using a dialogue, appeal to the readers senses (touch, hearing, smell, sight, taste), and figurative language (simile, metaphor).

Narrative essay personal experience To write a narrative essay, choose the topic about your personal experience that is meaningful to you. Communicating this meaning to your readers will be your main argument. Develop your main argument with two or three main points and provide support using a dialogue, appeal to the readers senses (touch, hearing, […]

What are some of the key symbols or metaphors in the poem, and how are they used to convey meaning to the reader?

Symbolism and Metaphor in Four Poets’ Work: Brooks, Dickinson, Frost, and Hughes Post a one- or two-paragraph response of at least 150-200 words to the Discussion Area. By the end of Week 2, comment on at least two of your classmates’ submissions. Prompt: Choose a poem to analyze from this week’s assigned reading list (see […]

Compose a literary analysis of either one poem, or, if you prefer, two poems in which you analyze how the poem is written, thinking about aspects that go into poetry.

Literary analysis Compose a literary analysis of either one poem, or, if you prefer, two poems in which you analyze how the poem is written, thinking about aspects that go into poetry (line breaks, rhyme schemes, word choice, alliteration, metaphor, theme, symbols, tone, etc.) and also doing a small amount of research to add further […]

Why do you think the narrator wants to believe that the utopia of Omelas has no king, no priests, and no soldiers?

American Short Story critical brief Read a Short Story, which defines and explains the literary terms and concepts I expect you to understand and use during this course.  You can find the story here: http://shsdavisapes.pbworks.com/f/Omelas.pdf Questions for Paragraph 2,  pick ONE to write your thoughtful reaction. Several times in the first three pages the narrator […]

Write a deep analysis, centered around your chosen theme and at least explain the use of one literary element (tone, mood, characterization, metaphor, imagery, etc.).

Quote and Theme Analysis Project Description: For this project, you will illustrate your understanding of When I Was Puerto Rican and showcase your analysis skills. You are to choose a topic, find two quotes from the memoir that focus on that topic, and write a theme, which states the author’s message about that topic. You […]

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