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American Literature

After completing the film and reading the story, complete the Rear Window/It Had

After completing the film and reading the story, complete the Rear Window/It Had to Be Murder question 1-6 below. Be sure to answer all the questions within the questions. (Some questions might have more than one question) You will receive up to 10 pts. for each questions. Copy the question into the word document before answering the question. Be sure that you read the instructions and follow them completely. Be sure and use MLA format for this and all other assignments. (Links to an external site.) Attach the file to this assignment. DO NOT Copy and Paste. What details did Hitchcock change or add to “It Had to Be Murder” in making Rear Window? With what results? Has Hitchcock enriched or detracted from Woolrich’s “It Had to Be Murder” by dropping Sam and by adding the characters of Lisa and Stella in Rear Window? What techniques do Hitchcock and Woolrich use to make us believe that Thorwald has murdered his wife? Discuss the significance of the titles of “It had to Be Murder” and Rear Window. Why did Hitchcock change the title and is it a better title for the movie? Would Rear Window have been a better title for Woolrich’s short story? Why is Woolrich’s “It had to Be Murder” a good read but forgettable and Hitchcock’s Rear Window a masterpiece? Discuss voyeurism as an issue in “It Had to Be Murder” and Rear Window.

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American Literature

In the short story “A Summers Reading” by Bernard malamud, George Stoyonovich is

In the short story “A Summers Reading” by Bernard malamud, George Stoyonovich is the protagonist. It is clear that George has some serious issues both personal and social. In this task, you are asked to step into the shoes of a counselor, diagnose George and write a well developed essay, present George’s issues and support them with relevant information from the story. üUse at least 3 literary terms in your essay. üUse at least 3 complex grammatical structures. üUse at least 7 connectors, 1 idiom and rich vocabulary. Structure and Requirements: An Opening First Body Second Body Paragraph A Closing Paragraph Paragraph Paragraph Present George Write an opening sentence. Write an opening sentence Write a closing the protagonist Using the knowledge you which is different than the first paragraph and answer who has some gained about George’s body_ paragraph. the following question issues. conditions, write a claim, Using the knowledge you while addressing the Provide at least one example gained about George’s conditions you analyzed from the story to support your conditions, write a claim which in the 2 body claim. is different than the one you paragraphs: In your You may quote, however you presented in the first body opinion, will George take control over his have to explain your quote and paragraph use quotation marks, Provide at least one example life, read the books and take action to Make sure to connect from the story to support your change his life? everything you present to the claim. Use at least I problem you believe George You may quote, however you has. have to explain your quote and connector in this body üUse 3 connectors in this body use quotation marks. paragraph paragraph. Make sure to connect everything you present to the problem you believe George has. üUse 3 connectors in this body paragraph. content: S0 includes 3 L.T, 2 claims, at least 2 examoles and an analysis Vocabulary: 15 includes at least 7 connectors and rich vocabulary language: /25 includes at least 3 complex grammatical structures mechanies:10 spelling, punctuations, Paragraphing, capital letters