compare and contrast feminist perspectives

For this assignment, you procure transcribe a 1-page assimilate and opposition tractate on two of the committers from this week's lection or video. Be fast to impart correspondent power to each committer. You may embrace some elucidation counsel on your committers, especially if their elucidations impacted their material subject. When answerableness encircling scanty stories, you do not failure to merely restate the concoct or events in the anecdote, but instead, rendezvous on the details of how each committer handled the discourse of the anecdote. In this plight, you potentiality failure to inquire how the committer explored gender roles in the space epoch of the anecdote. Remember, this may not be in the corresponding epoch as the committer is answerableness but could be a unanalogous epoch in fact. 

Ideas to deliberate when comparing and oppositioning (these are not required, sound suggested):

  • Do twain stories return the corresponding discourse? If not, what is the discourse of each anecdote?
  • What are the reputations' fights? How does each reputation dictate that fight or do they? 
  • Are there any epiphanies? (An epiphany is where the reputation changes as a fruit of the fight) 
  • What encircling symbolism? Are any important symbols or symbolical images used? 

Use quotes and lines from the performance to represent your points after a while in-extract citations as needed. Use a References page to catalogue your media, including the assigned lections. You may use the Autumn Gem video as an beyond contrivance if you prime to prime Qiu Jin for one of the committers for your assimilate and opposition tractate this week as well-behaved. 

40 Scanty Stories: A Portable Anthology - “Happy Endings” by Margaret Atwood, “Interpreter of Maladies” by Jhumpa Lahiri, “Birdsong” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

Haddon, M. (2003). The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, terminal 75+ pages. Note: this extract does not bear transmitted page numbers.

Browdy de Hernandez, J. (2010). African women answerableness resistance: An anthology of coeval voices. Madison: University of Wisconsin PressRead Mtungwa, Sibongile. “Woman cry no more", pp. 43-49.

Spencer, R., & Ortiz, J. (2014). All encircling skin: scanty figment by women of color. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press. Read Fairness by Chinelo Okparanta, pp. 30-39.