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Pick three of the following literary works:

•Pick three of the following literary works:
◦“The Chrysanthemums” page 45+
◦“Powder” page 211+
◦“A&P” page 375+
◦“The Glass Menagerie” page 477+
◦“A Worn Path” page 644+
◦ “Ulysses” page 667
◦“Barbie Doll” page 811
◦“Theme for English B” page 1071
◦“Things They Carry” page 1147+
◦“Trifles” page 1334+
Step 1: Using the LIRN library database, find one critical review or article for each of your literature choices.
Step 2: Write a 300 word brief response for each of your three literary choices. Your responses must be in third person.
Step 3: Go back and incorporate a quote from your research into each of your responses. This is required. You can also quote the literature in your response but this is not required. Please use an MLA style in-text citation after each quote. See Appendix A in your textbook and this link for help:
Step 4: Create a work cited for the quotes from the three articles and any quotes used from your textbook. Double space your work cited. Make sure your work cited incorporates hanging indents and is in alphabetical order. See Appendix A in your textbook.
Here are a few links to help you:
You can also use the LIRN databases citation tools to create your MLA style work cited. A sample work cited is in the Module 3 folder. Your assignment should be organized as follows in one document:
Response #1: Title
300 Word Response w/ quote from your research
Response #2: Title
300 Word Response w/quote from your research
Response #3: Title
300 Word Response w/quote from your research
Work Cited

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