The Scenario: Imagine Philip Freneau, Harriet Jacobs, and Nathaniel Hawthorne have been transported magically to Plymouth Rock in 1692. What would they say to each other? About what would they agree? About what would they disagree?
Your Task: Your task for this assignment is two-fold: first, write a 300-word narrative that creatively portrays what Freneau, Jacobs, and Hawthorne. would say to each other about the historical, cultural, and political events they find themselves surrounded by in 17th century New England. How would their observations of the era differ from each other?
Then, write a 1,250-word paper that analyzes why these authors would interact in the way you describe in the narrative section.
Choose selections of each of the three author’s writings and interpret what their position might be on some aspect of the historical, cultural, and political events of the Puritan era in New England.
Also, Explain how specific works by these authors might reveal their opinions of the historical, cultural, and political events. Particulary during f their day and how those opinions might translate into their opinions on Puritan New England.
and you must quote from the primary texts. This second portion should present a thesis that indicates the controlling theme of your analysis based on the conversation you wrote. Imagine Philip Freneau, Harriet Jacobs, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Make sure the Thesis is comprehensive and contains the essence of the paper. The thesis statement makes the purpose of the paper clear. Also, ENSURE the writing comprehensively and insightfully explains how the authors’ texts reveal their opinions on some aspect of the historical, cultural, and political events of their day and thus their opinions on Puritan New England.
to comprehensively interpret the authors’ positions on some aspect of the historical, cultural, and political events of the Puritan era in New England.****
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