Analysis Focusing on character’s

Analysis Focusing on character’s

Choose a character from one of the following works:

1) “The Rememberer” by Aimee Bender

2) “Years of my Birth” by Louise Erdich

3) “Bullet in the Brain” by Tobias Woolf

4) “Ghosts” by Edwidge Danticat

Write an analysis focusing on this character’s motivations, a personality trait, or a change that he or she undergoes. You must also consider the significance of this character to the story’s themes (main ideas) as a whole.

You should support your thesis with details and at least three direct quotations from the story. Provide a close reading of each quotation you select and explain how it supports your thesis.

Cite the story you chose in the Works Cited page. Secondary sources are not required for this assignment, but if you do use any words or ideas that are not your own, you MUST cite the source with MLA in-text citations and in the Works Cited page. Please use MLA formatting throughout.



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Pascal as the Epitome of Change

Change is one of the most widely covered topics in research studies. This exemplifies the challenges experienced by societies in different contexts in their efforts to implement changes within the society. Consequently, although there could be the appropriate avenues to facilitate development in some approaches of interaction and engaging various activities, implementation processes of such changes often face significant opposition. Ultimately, the societies are often reluctant to allow the enactment of any change process. Although some members of said societies may be highly motivated to inspire the necessary change that could ultimately improve the situation in said societies, their objectives end up falling short of individual expectations.

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