Overview: This assessment task requires you to write a 2000-word essay applying your knowledge of the concepts and techniques we have studied to an analysis of two of the primary texts that we have studied. The annotated bibliography should at least six academic quality references and provide up to 50 words of commentary on each of them in your list of Works Cited, explaining how they were useful to you in researching and writing the essay. Essay topic: Compare and contrast the ways in which feminism manifests in My Brilliant Career and Monkey Grip. Consider aspects such as the time of writing, the situation of the author, and the politics of time and place in your answer. Please include at least six academic quality references, with annotations, in this essay. Readings that MUST be included in references (both readings can be found on Google Scholar):• Prowse, N. (2017). Possibilities from the peripheries into the urban labyrinth : Helen Garner’s Monkey Grip. In D. Das & S. Dasgupta (Eds.), Claiming space for Australian women’s writing (pp. 213–226).• Magarey, S. (2002). My brilliant career and feminism. Australian Literary Studies, 20(4), 389–398 Criteria for assessment• Clarity of purpose – the essay has a clearly identifiable argument, develops a question or issue in relation to selected literary texts;• Makes use of close reading (textual analysis) of at least two literary texts;• Points made are supported by evidence from the literary texts and from critical readings, as appropriate;• Demonstrates a critical and analytic response to ideas of others – evidenced in reference and evaluation of critical (secondary) sources (including annotations in the bibliography);• Shows independent thought or creativity in applying ideas, elaboration of detail, depth of knowledge;• Presentation of a Works Cited list of 6 critical books or articles used and cited in the essay with up to 50 words per item explaining relevance/usefulness to the topic;• Competent use of formal written English and MLA style (see below)• Submission on time; word length within range (show on first page/cover sheet – note that direct quotations of more than 40 words aren’t included in the word length in Literature courses).You are expected to provide citations for all ideas and examples drawn from other sources, not just direct quotations. Plagiarism is a serious offence and inadequate referencing can sometimes result in plagiarism. Criteria for Marking:Your performance against the following criteria will combine to generate your essay grade:• Coherent and focused argument in response to the essay question;• Evidence of close critical reading of the primary text in relation to the question;• Demonstrated understanding of key concepts, critical terms, and literary techniques, as relevant to the question;• Demonstrated understanding of relevant critical scholarship through engagement with at least four academic- quality secondary sources, including at least one identiﬁed through independent research;•
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