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Compare and contrast symbolism and setting in a

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Compare and contrast symbolism and setting in A Farewell to Arms with “The Lottery.” Back up  your assertions with specific examples from each text, as well as from secondary sources. To conduct scholarly research using secondary sources, one of the most convenient ways for you to do so  is to go to  Park University  home page at www.park.edu and then click on “Quick Links” and go to “Library.”  Once on the Library home page, click on “Ebsco.” Click on “All Ebsco Databases.” You will see a listing of  databases. For your purposes, you will most likely need: Academic Search Premier, and Humanities  International Complete. Click these two boxes and then click the “Continue” button at the bottom of the  page. Your next screen page will be a search page. Click the box for “Scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles” as well  as any others that you want, most likely, “Full Text.” You can then begin your search based on your choice  of topics. For example, if you type in “Ernest Hemingway and style” you will find 100 journal articles in full  text that you can peruse. An additional bonus:  If you click on one of the articles, you will find that it brings up more information on  the article. If you click “Print” on the tab within the citation screen, it will bring up another screen that asks  you for “Citation Format.” Click in the dropdown box for “MLA” and it will create the correct MLA  documentation for the article that you use. This can then be cut and pasted into your paper. It is your responsibility to understand and avoid plagiarism. Please review "Avoiding Plagiarism" at the site  below: http://www.wpacouncil.org/node/9
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