William Shakespeare, King Lear and Othello

William Shakespeare, King Lear and Othello

The Tempest William Shakespeare
The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde
Inherit the Wind Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
Fences August Wilson
Streetcar Named Desire Tennessee Williams
An Enemy of the People Henrich Ibsen
Cyrano de Bergerac Edmond Rostand
Candida Gerge Bernard Shaw

 

Requirements:
1. The paper may be no less than 600 words and no more than 800 words. Points will be deducted for not staying within these limits.
2. There must be a minimum of five parenthetical citations from secondary sources in the paper.
3. A minimum of three secondary sourcesmust be used in each paper.
The Works Cited page should contain an entry for each of the secondary sources and an entry for the primary source.
4. The paper must be typed—12 Pt. font, double spaced
5. The paper must be turned in by9:30a.m. on the deadline date. PAPERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT TIME. Don’t Ask!!
6. Highlighed copies of the sources used in the paper must be turned in. The highlighted material should correspond with the citations. Write on the copies themselves the title of the source.
7. The paper must be in MLA Format; information concerning this format will be discussed in class and can be found in the handbook.
8. The documented essay, Works Cited, and highlighted copies of the sources must be placed inside a manilla envelope. On the outside of the envelope, write your name, the time your class meets, and the title of the play.
a. Papers will not be graded unless all highlighted copies of sources are turned in with the paper.
b. Failure to place the paper and highlighted sources in a manilla envelope will result in a 35 point deduction (from your 150 point total).
9. PLAGIARISM IS CHEATING. PLAGARIZED PAPERS WILL RECEIVE A GRADE OF ZERO. Plagarized papers will receive a grade of zero. Further disciplinary stepts may be taken based upon the information in the student handbook.