Compare the women protagonists, Jig in Hemingway’s story and Louise Mallard in Chopin’s story. What is the conflict each confronts? How do they approach their dilemmas? Did either make a conscious decision? Do either of these women change or grow in character? Does either resolve her conflict? If so, how? Although one has no future, what do you predict will happen to the other?
Note: You do not have to submit a formal essay, but, even though this is an informal response, be sure to use standard written English and observe the rules of academic writing learned in your college writing classes. In comparing and contrasting these two protagonists, you should aim at interpreting the works. As you interpret, briefly summarize, give examples, quote passages for evidence to support your ideas.. You may also compare and contrast the work with other works or your own experiences.
Your response should be at least 700 words, but not more than 1400.
Your paper should include an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. Also, support your answers with the course’s readings and at least two scholarly journal articles. The article’s purpose is to support your positions, claims, and observations, in addition to your textbook.
ProQuest and EBSCOhost are great sites to find resources. Also, write in a concise and logical, using excellent grammar and style techniques. Additionally, the quality of your writing dictates grading criteria. On the other hand, if you use direct quotes from books or articles, place the words you copied (use parenthesis) and cite in-line.
The quotes should be complete sentences (no more, less) and should be incorporated in your essay to illustrate your ideas. Please, cite your sources in a clickable reference list at the end. Also, do not copy without providing proper attribution (quotation marks and in-line citations). Also, write an essay format, not in bullet form, numbering, or another list format. It would be best if you use your own words. Lastly, proofread your work and run it through Grammarly for thorough confirmation.