[SOLVED] Gibson Final Essay

Gibson: Final Essay
In detail and addressing the novel as well as the Dream, defend one of the following thesis statements.  Be sure to support your response with relevant and specific quotations (take care to not string your quotes and to avoid block quotation).  Be as specific and detailed as possible. In your response go beyond a rehashing of factual details, spending time explaining “Why?” and “How?” the information conveyed is important and what are “Implications” regarding the Dream. Please address the readings and learning modules as part of your response. Avoid phrases such as:  “I think,” “to me,” “in my opinion,” and “I agree.”  Simply present your argument with supporting material from the course. Please cite your work using the MLA format, and provide a properly formatted Works Cited page.  12-point font, Times New Roman, 1-inch Margins, single-spaced.  Minimum 1250 words.
 
Special note:  brevity will not be rewarded!  Be specific and detailed in your response. Don’t waste time making general assertions—get to the point.
 
BE SURE TO PROVIDE TEXTUAL SUPPORT OF YOUR POINTS!
Option A:  Hemingway
In Hemingway’s evocation of the Dream, no party is held harmless, and the reader must sympathize with the most unlikely of characters while lamenting that, on the whole, the American Dream collapses upon itself.
 
Option B: Hurston
Janie’s American Dream is a Dream fundamentally linked to her realization of selfhood and an organic union with another in a period when women, especially women of color, are forced to accept traditional expectations of womanhood both confining and subservient.
 
NOTE:
In your response use a thesis driven approach. Be sure to use details from the narrative/reading to support your points. Make the connection between your points and the examples given.
 
For every thought/sentence/idea remember:
 
How so?
In what way?
For example?
Implications?
 
“The Hemingway World”
How does one fine meaning in a world where all traditional values and institutions have been destabilized? For Ernest Hemingway, a member of the “Lost Generation” who experienced the horrors and alienation of World War I, the search for meaning occurs in a world marked by violence, brutality, pain and alienation. In this world meaning is not longer found in traditional institutions like romantic love, marriage, family, religion, and patriotism—Victorian morality, propriety and idealism is found absurd. Alienation rooted in industrialization asserted as cold and uncaring, dislocates and dissolutions humanity to the point of nihilism. No longer autonomous, individual existence is determined by Freud’s psyche and Marx’s means of production. Isolated, alone, and disaffected, all avenues of communication between human beings—between men and women, government and citizens, industry and labor—are rendered useless. In this world Hemingway finds meaning in nature, the individual, and a passion for life. Through To Have and Have not we find a world marked by unexpected violence, a loss of faith, and the failure of traditional institutions ameliorated by the humanization of lost men who create meaning in a job well done while living up to their own values. Gibson: Final Essay

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