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LIT 210 appendix_e - final paper matrix


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Date Created: 11/11/15
Axia College Material Appendix E Final Paper Matrix Fill in the matrix below in which you will select two pieces of literature from the assigned course readings to compare and contrast in your final essay Additionally develop three possible topics for your paper which your instructor will review for approval Lastly list and describe three to five sources that you will use to write your essay Title The Cask of Amontillado Author Edgar Allan Poe Why I Chose This Piece I own The Complete Works of Edgar teran Allan Poe and I have always enjoyed reading Poe s literature Selection His sense of storytelling and tale creation is fascmating to me One and his use of the English language is very colorful and descriptive I also enjoy reading macabre tales such as Stephen King and I feel that Poe is the American father of such literature Title Oedipus Rex Author Sophocles Why I Chose This Piece This work of drama by Sophocles Literature encompasses the lives and interests of the ancient Greeks The Selection ancient world has always held an interest for me as many of the Two philosophers mathematicians and engineers of the time were more advanced than today s equivalents despite thousands of years of advancements Oedipus Rex tells the tale of a King of this time and his struggle to accept the truth of an Oracles prediction Topics Primary Topic The primary topic for discussion of these two literary works will be the main characters conflicts In The cask of Amontillado Montressor s conflict arises before the story starts but the narrator is determined to right the wrongs of Fortunato by exacting revenge In Oedipus Rex Oedipus conflict consists of his struggle to solve the problems plaguing Thebes Alternative Topic 1 Another topic for these two stories is an analysis of the writing styles of each author and how this style reflects the era in which each author was born and raised Alternative Topic 2 A third topic for discussion of these two LIT 210 works is a comparison of the characters in each story Although there are only two characters in Poe s story each one has traits which could be compared to the characters of Oedipus Rex 35 Secondary Sources Source 1 I Abcarian R amp Klotz M 2007 Literature thus Human Experience 9th ed Boston BedfordSt martins Description This book contains the actual stories themselves and is the source of the reading material This is the source from which quotes will be used from the authors original works Source 2 Theatre History 2008 Oedipus Rex Retrieved October 3 2008 from httpWWWtheatrehistorycomancientoedipus001 html 0 Description This website provides analyses of various plays and the authors of those plays In the case of Oedipus Rex the website analyzes the characters motivations and qualities In addition the website takes a close look at Sophocles life and the era in which he lived Source 3 Womack M 2008 Edgar Allan Poe39s quotThe Cask of Amontillado The Poe Decoder Retrieved October 3 2008 from httpWWWpoedecodercomessayscask Description This website and this webpage is designed to educate and inform readers of Edgar Allan Poe s life as well as provide information on his various literary works This particular page offers an analysis of the story s characters setting plot theme and style LIT 210


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