Argument of the written work (10% of the final grade): It is necessary to write an argument that compares one of the texts that we have read with at least one other text. The other text can also be one of the class readings or it can come from outside the class. If you choose a text from outside the class, you should check with the teacher that the choice is appropriate. You need to develop an argument that justifies the comparison. That is, thanks to the comparison, you must present an argument that illuminates the reading of the compared texts. As we have discussed, the argument is a polemical position and not simply a repetition of obvious or encyclopedic information.
Draft of the written work (14% of the final grade): It will be three to five double-spaced pages and 12-point Times New Roman. You should think of them as the first three to five pages of written work. The first paragraph will include the argument. Then each paragraph after will refer to the argument. There will be a wide presence of quotations from the texts. In total, the bibliography must have at least three sources. The use of MLA is essential
The link for the second text is the following