Hi! Please write an analysis of moral ambiguity in Sula. The lecture, reading, a

Hi!
Please write an analysis of moral ambiguity in Sula. The lecture, reading, and essay instructions are attached as well as below. This is due by 5pm today 1/10/2022.
Assignment:
CMLIT 102W
Dr. Victoria Tomasulo
First essay
Due date: 1/10
Discuss the function of moral ambiguity in Sula,
paying close attention to at least two characters from the novel. For your
argument, you will want to
·
Define what moral ambiguity is, referring to
Craig Taylor’s “Literature, Moral Reflection, and Ambiguity.”
·
Explain how the characters you have chosen to
focus on are morally ambiguous, referring to specific scenes and passages in
the novel.
·
Discuss the purpose of moral ambiguity in Sula.
You will want to think about the effect on the reader and how the portrayal of
these characters challenges conventional ways of understanding good and evil
while drawing attention to the historical factors that shape actions.
Your essay should include an introduction and a conclusion. It
should be double spaced, with a 12pt. Times New Roman font. There should be a
proper heading, a title and a Works Cited Page. Each page should be numbered.
You should write no more than 6 pages and no less than 4.
Suggested Structure
Introduction
Begin with a discussion of moral ambiguity, referring to
Taylor’s definition.
Introduce readers to Sula, its setting, date of publication,
and historical context
Lead into your argument: the characters you will explore,
how they are morally ambiguous, and what purpose of moral ambiguity serves in
the context of Sula.
Body
Paragraph 2:
Introduce your first character and discuss his or her
background or life story. Relate to African-American historical context.
Paragraphs 3-5
Discuss what makes your character morally ambiguous,
focusing on a few critical scenes from the novel; analyze.
Paragraph 6
Introduce your second character and discuss his or her
background or life story. Relate to an African-American historical context.
Paragraphs 7-9:
Discuss what makes your character morally ambiguous,
focusing on a few critical scenes from the novel; analyze.
Conclusion:
What purpose does moral ambiguity serve? How does it change
the reader’s perception of people like the characters you have chosen to
discuss?
GUIDELINES FOR ESSAYS
1.
All papers must include a proper heading and a title. The
heading can be double spaced. The title of your essay should not be underlined,
and the titles of the books you are writing about should be referenced.
2.
Titles of novels
should be italicized, while titles of essays should be enclosed in quotation
marks.
3.
Sources should be
cited within the body of your paper with the author’s last name, if necessary,
and the page number in parentheses (Lewis 56). If the author’s last name is
already mentioned in the body of your paper, you do not need to include it in
parentheses.
4.
The entire essay
should be double spaced, without any extra spaces added in between
paragraphs.
5.
Quotes that exceed
three lines should be single-spaced and centered.
6.
Paragraphs should be
indented.
7.
The last page of your
essay should include a Works Cited page. It is not included as part of the page
count.
8.
Entries on the Works
Cited page should be alphabetized by the first letter of the last name. Entries
should not need to be numbered or introduced by bullet points. The second
line of each entry should be indented.
9.
All pages of your
essay should be numbered, and your last name should be included in the
heading.
10. Size 12pt, Times New Roman font.
Please provide this in Microsoft word. Thank you

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