n this paper, my prof asked me using 4 sources; three of sources are given. The last one I have to choose (it means you can choose). I will attach all sources. I am just an ESL student; therefore, you don’t have to write a very academic paper. I just need a easy-for-read paper with clearly ideas.
There are 3 sources which must be used in the paper:
1. Figures of Flight and Entrapment in Edwidge Danticat’s “Krik? Krak!”
2. “I NEED MANY REPETITIONS” Rehearsing the Haitian Revolution in the Shadows of the Sugar Mill.
3. The Flying Africans(MUST_HAVE).
The last two sources are optional (but you have to pick one):
Oral Narrative as Short Story Cycle: Forging Community in Edwidge Danticat’s “Krik? Krak!”
The Map Within: Place, Displacement, and the Long Shadow of History in the Work of Edwidge Danticat.
If you don’t like the two last sources, just email me. I will find another one.
Here is the details about the paper:
” For this paper, you will use the sources I provide to gain a deeper understanding of the short story, “A Wall of Fire Rising.” You will explain how the source information helps you put Guy, Lili, and Little Guy in a variety of contexts: Slavery, Haiti, Africa, poverty and others contexts that you discover as you read and write.
The sources for this paper are limited to the story itself and the sources that I give you. Please do not use any other sources. If you do, I’ll return your paper to you without a grade and you’ll meet with me privately.
Your paper will be an exploration of ideas, theories, and interpretations. It will contain a thesis statement that lays out the paper’s purpose.
Before you decide on a topic, read the sources very carefully and more than once. Take notes. Decide what interests you the most. Do not make up your mind about the content of your paper until you read the sources thoroughly. Keep an open mind.
You can write in the first person (use “I”) or in the third person (no “I”). Although you can use “I,” please remember that this paper is not personal so the focus must remain on the story and the sources.”
Length: MLA format, 4 pages, double-spaced, not including works cited.