President Bush’s 2002 appointed bioethical committee HW

President Bush’s 2002 appointed bioethical committee HW

President Bush’s 2002 appointed bioethical committee HW

Which of the works we read was used by President Bush’s 2002 appointed bioethical committee as a warning about possible problems/dangers with embryonic stem cell research?

Explain the importance of the setting (of INSIDE the house) in “Home Burial.”

Identify the author of Fences, (b) discuss his/her ongoing drama project for the 29th century, (c) the progress completed on that project, and (d) how Fences fits into the project.

Identify the effect of Troy’s actions throughout the drama on Rose, Cory, and Raynell.

What is the symbolic role of “fences” in the drama Fences? (Identify at least three uses of fences throughout the play.)

If we consider these two storiestogether, DISCUSS two types of literary criticismthat might best be used to study them as awhole: “The Story of an Hour,” “The Birthmark,” and “Home Burial.” DO NOT USE READER RESPONSE AS ONE OF THE LITERARY APPROACHES.

Identify two literary works from the works we have studied in these units and explain howGENDER CRITICISM might best be used to aid in understanding the works. Be sure to identifyspecific time periods and how these time periods might affect a contemporary gender reading. (Do not use ,”The Story of an Hour,” “The Birthmark” or “Home Burial” to answer this questions)

Identify two literary works, along with their authors, from those that we studied and explain specifically how BIOGRAPHICAL CRITICISM might be used to aid in understanding the works. Remember that biographical criticism can be used only when there is a known established connection between the author and his/her work so that means you will have to connect the works to the authors’ lives.

Identify one literary work from the works we studied and explain how HISTORICAL CRITICISM might best be used to aid in understanding this particular wor. Be sure to identify the specific time periods during which the work was written. (Do not use “The Story of an Hour,” “Home Burial” or “The Birthmark” to answer this question.)

Discuss the similarities and differences between the character in O’Brien’s “The Things They Carried” and in Henry in Erdrich’s “The Red Convertible.”

The frist five just couple sentences and next five a little bit longer than
First 5 questions is just 2-3 sentences of answer and the second 5 question is 7-8 sentences of answer i am just saying one more time to avoid confusion


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