I need a few papers written.
First I need a 6 page, double spaced, paper written, comparing and contrasting Salman Rushdie, &acirc;€œThe Courter&acirc;€ and Zadie Smith, "White Teeth" and adjusting to a new area
Next I need a 3 page paper discussing male dominance in marriages in "The Courter" "White Teeth" and "Passing"
Next I need a 1 page paper reviewing this passage and it's relation to "The Great Gatsby"
"Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that&acirc;€™s no matter&acirc;€”tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther&acirc;€&brvbar;.And one fine morning&acirc;€”"d
So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.
write a short essay explaining how the passage relates to a theme or concern of the text as a whole or to a formal strategy that the text employs. Your thesis (i.e., a clear and concise statement of your answer to the question &acirc;€œHow does this passage relate to a theme or concern of the text as a whole or to a formal strategy that the text employs?&acirc;€) should appear in the first and/or second sentence(s). The remainder of your essay should support this thesis. Your essay must demonstrate good close reading skills. Please clearly identify which passage you&acirc;€™re working on. (Word count: 300-500 words)
Lastly I need another 1 page paper in the same format as the last paper except on "White Noise" by Don DeLillo
"I began to grow in value and self-regard. I filled myself out, found new aspects of myself, located a person I&acirc;€™d forgotten existed. Brightness settled around me. We crossed from furniture to men&acirc;€™s wear, walking through cosmetics. Our images appeared on mirrored columns, in glassware and chrome, on TV monitors in security rooms. I traded money for goods. The more money I spent, the less important it seemed. I was bigger than these sums. These sums poured off my skin like so much rain. These sums in fact came back to me in the form of existential credit. I felt expansive, inclined to be sweepingly generous, and told the kids to pick out their Christmas gifts here and now. I gestured in what I felt was an expansive manner. I could tell they were impressed."