The assignment describes Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. Besides, there is also an analysis of Journal Entries. So, you can make comparisons among the various works.

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe – Journal Entries Analysis

Description This is for Journal Entries. Each book should have 2 – 3 journals each, so 2 journals on each page. Topics for the Journal are open. So,you can use items that have suggested during the course. Also, you can create your own topics. In either case, the entries are not rough notes, but complete short pieces of writing. The complete journal–including all the works–should not exceed a total of 3,000 words. The format for the journal consists of one overall document made up of two or three entries for each work. The entries will consist of your observations, commentaries and assessments of the works. You can include connections to the present time and you can make comparisons among the various works of the semester or just treat the works individually.

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe – Journal Entries Analysis

Do not include plot summary. As with the paper, sources should be acknowledged by specific citation, stating where ideas and quotes come from. Citations need to include author, title of work, publisher, and page number(s) or website address. Copying work or ideas and presenting them as your own is plagiarism. Plagiarism, cheating and other forms of academic dishonesty academic violations subject to failure for the semester and/or expulsion. Book 1: William Shakespeare, King Lear 2 Journals Book 2: Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart 2 Journals Book #3: Chosen Place, Timeless People by: Paule Marshall 2 Journals Book #4: Michael Ondaatje, Running in the Family 2 journals Book #5: Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice 2 Journals Book #6: Abdelrahman Munif, Cities of Salt

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe – Journal Entries Analysis _abdelrahman_munif.pdf. The journal should be your understandings of the books.  Summaries are not necessary, except to make a point.  For example, going back to King Lear: To say that Edgar went into the disguise of a beggar because he thought that, without his normal dress, he would unrecognized–to say that is fine, because it makes a point about appearances, or about what people are accustomed to.  Or it makes the point that it is possible to hide, almost in plain sight. However, it would be unnecessary to just that say Edgar went into hiding.  That would only be telling the plot.  Again: use plot points in order to support some point that you are making; or if you mention a plot point, you should explain why it is mentioned–i.e. some context should be provided.

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