horror literature

How does the German school initially influence the horror genre that would later be almost exclusively dominated by Britain and America? 250 words or more answering this question.
Books involved, Joshi, S. T. American Supernatural Tales.
Reyes, Xavier Aldana. Horror: a Literary History.
A History of Gothis Poe, Freud, and the uncanny

Why Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird SHOULD NOT be banned in middle and high schools

decide what three supporting proofs you are going to use
to defend your argument.
• Create a thesis statement that clearly states your argument and how you are going to prove it.
You are welcome to use the following template:
It is apparent that Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, should not be banned in middle and high schools because of reason #1, reason #2, reason #3.
• Go to the library database and find two sources that will help you defend your argument. You must use information from these articles in your essay and cite this new information with an in
text-citation.
Defend your thesis in an introduction, at least three supporting sections, and a conclusion.
Length and format: 3-4 pages.
• You should have at least two outside sources plus the film.
• The title page and reference page are also required, but they should not be factored into the
3-4 page length of the essay.
• It should also be double spaced and should conform to APA formatting and citation style.
• Use the third-person, objective voice, avoiding personal pronouns such as “I,” “you,” “we,” etc.
• Use APA format for in-text citations and references when using outside sources and textual
evidence.

Consider the relationship between nature and an individual’s mind or emotions in poems by Wordsworth, Byron, and/or Tennyson. You may focus on several authors or just one.

Teacher expects the only sources to be the texts from class for the authors above. No secondary sources. I have included the texts for Wordsworth as I believe that these are the easiest for this assignment. If you would like the other works from Byron and Tennyson, just ask and I will provide them.

I will attach the guidelines for the paper and an example that the professor provided.

Ages of Philips

You are required to write and hand in three two- or three-page inquiry papers on any of the texts
we study this semester. These papers are important because they are your opportunity to explore
your own ideas about the texts while contributing to our collective understanding of the
literature. An inquiry paper explores one or two questions, observations, or problems that emerge
as you read the novel. It is not a summary, nor is it a journal; rather, it is a focused response
paper. Unless I say otherwise, each paper will be due via Blackboard in the week or weeks that
we are studying the text you are writing about, not after we have moved on to the next text.

The Lamb and The Tyger comparative Analysis exploring the similar themes but different approaches to life and the creator

The Lamb” and “The Tyger” explore the same subject from different points of view.

· Write a 250-word comparative analysis exploring the similar themes, but different approaches to life and the Creator.

· Clear thesis statement (highlight)

· Specific examples- (2-3 quotes from each poem)

· Each quote is followed by an explanation of how it supports the thesis statement.

· Overall Analysis (thoughtful, relevant to the topic, thoroughly answers prompt)

· Meets the 250-word requirement and Grammar/Mechanics

The Lamb
William Blake – 1757-1827
Little lamb, who made thee?
Dost thou know who made thee,
Gave thee life, and bid thee feed
By the stream and o’er the mead;
Gave thee clothing of delight,
Softest clothing, woolly, bright;
Gave thee such a tender voice,
Making all the vales rejoice?
Little lamb, who made thee?
Dost thou know who made thee?
Little lamb, I’ll tell thee;
Little lamb, I’ll tell thee:
He is called by thy name,
For He calls Himself a Lamb.
He is meek, and He is mild,
He became a little child.
I a child, and thou a lamb,
We are called by His name.
Little lamb, God bless thee!
Little lamb, God bless thee!
The Tyger
William Blake – 1757-1827
Tyger! Tyger! burning bright
In the forests of the night,
What immortal hand or eye
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?
In what distant deeps or skies
Burnt the fire of thine eyes?
On what wings dare he aspire?
What the hand, dare sieze the fire?
And what shoulder,