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Works of literature vary in degrees of accessibility, that is accessibility in t
Works of literature vary in degrees of accessibility, that is accessibility in terms of degrees of ease or difficulty in deriving appropriate meaning/understanding by the reader of a literary work. Support your thesis with selective and relevant references to four literary works that we have studied so far (all 4 sources included). Pofessor's notes below I will value most: · That you are clear and precise in your assertions. · That the subject of your essay is the nature of accessibility in deriving meaning from works of literature and film. · That you reference at least two works in each paragraph, rather than focus on the four works separately. · That you make strategic and supportive references to the works in relation to the nature of accessibility and "meaning in approaching literature" and that you draw on lectures and assigned readings. · That you discuss the relationship among the works rather than each work separately. For example, in discussing the nature of less accessible works, you compare the one poem and one play that demonstrate challenges to accessibility that are conceptually related. · That your essay is free from editing, spelling and grammatical errors* · That you cite the titles of works in the proper format, i.e. quotation marks for poetry and italics for plays. I will value least: · That you refer to yourself in the essay..."I think that the meaning in Albee's play is harder to access than Shepard's." Using the first- person "I" makes you the subject of your essay. · That you interpret the plays without asserting the significance to the issue of accessibility. · That you talk about the two works separately without asserting the significance to the issue of accessibility · You talk about the works without asserting the significance of your observation on the works to the nature of accessibility and meaning. · You talk about the works as separate entities, like one paragraph on "The Griesly Wife," then two paragraphs on "Spring and Fall: to a Young Child." then two paragraphs on "The Griesly Wife," etc, without clearly pointing out how they are related to each other and how that relationship has something to do with the nature of accessibility and meaning.

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