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English II H Mrs. Wilcox Take Home Essay—due Thursday, 2/28/13 Their Eyes Were Watching God In retrospect, the reader often discovers that the first chapter introduces some of the major motifs and themes of the work. Carefully reread the first chapter of Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston. Select an important scene in which a prominent theme/motif is introduced. After selecting that passage, find another passage where it is enhanced or developed further. Record the partial passages for both (with page numbers) and closely examine both scenes. How do they function to create meaning in the novel? Make sure to do a close reading of the text, mining the text, looking for how Hurston uses details, images, character nuances, to create meaning. You’re not relying on your Internet, siblings, each other or any outside sources for this take home essay. Your integrity is key to this essay and by writing the essay, you’re giving your word of honor that it’s you using your brain, your insight, and your critical thinking/writing to answer this prompt to the best of your ability. Obviously, you may use your novels as well as any class notes you wrote (Socratic Seminar discussion notes, etc.) So once again: • • • • • • • •
Reread chapter 1 of Their Eyes Were Watching God; As you re-read consider the major themes/motifs Hurston introduces, select one of the important passages/scenes in which an important theme/motif is developed; Find another short passage in which this same theme/motif is further enhanced; Record partial quotes with page numbers of both passages (if you have a different edition than my Perennial Classic, make sure to record chapters as well); Carefully mine (analyze) the text to examine how these passages function to create meaning. For example, how does Hurston develop character, create imagery, utilize dialect, or figurative language to create theme? The final draft should be 2-3 typed, double-spaced pages, Times New Roman font (1012). Make sure to record the partial passages at the top of your essay but realize that if you discuss in the context of your essay, you’ll need to weave it fluidly (your insight with textual evidence). Remember, it’s your voice, your ideas, your writing that I’m interested in and anything less than that won’t be tolerated (any form of plagiarism results in a Zero).
The next time we meet again, bring your The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave & Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl as well as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.