I need a essay on Odyssey Penelopiad Comparative
- Hook/Attention-Getting Device
- Authors and Titles of Texts
- Brief synopsis of the texts
- Introduce the theme
- How the theme is developed in Homer's Odyssey and in Atwood's Penelopiad.
- What literary devices were key in illustrating the theme?
- Textual evidence in the forms of summary, paraphrase, and intentional quoting.
- Commentary about the moves that were made in each text and why the authors did what they did given their purpose and intended audience.
- What difference does it make?
Conclusion - So, What?
- Why does this theme matter in life outside of the texts?
- How might we want to consider this as we negotiate the world we live in?
- Leave the reader with something to consider in regard to the real-life message of these texts.
In the author Homer's epic Odyssey and Margaret Atwood's The Penelopiad. For this essay, I will explore a thematic idea that is presented in both Homer's and Atwood's stories. How is the thematic idea presented in each work and what difference does that make? I will first identify two literary devices that can be seen in both stories or poems. Then explain how the authors use those literary devices to develop one similar theme. Explore how the theme is used, why it is used, and why it is appropriate.
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