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ENGL 205 Literature Review ASSIGNMENT: 100PTS due 11:59pm on Monday, March 19th

(file must be in DOC, DOCX, or RTF format)

In preparation for your Research Paper, you will construct a Literature Review. The purpose of a Literature Review

is to assess what experts have already said about your topic, to get a sense of the conversation already taking place

around your area of inquiry. Your Literature Review will consist of a brief proposal followed by annotated

citations.

Use the research databases provided by the library. Consult the research librarians.

PROPOSAL:

A well-developed paragraph that names the texts being studied, the reason you are pairing the two texts (What are

the similarities between the texts that make them a good candidate for comparison?), a significant difference

between the texts, and your preliminary thoughts about what that difference might mean.

SOURCES:

Your annotated bibliography will include a total of 9 scholarly secondary sources analyzing the works you have

chosen or providing background for your project.

You should have 3 sources for Text A, 3 sources for Text B, 3 sources providing background/analysis of the

idea or topic the comparison is examining. For example, if I were writing a paper about Jacob and Arujuna, I would

have 3 sources about Genesis, 3 sources about the Bhagavad-gita, and 3 sources about the anthropological study of

ritual.

These sources will include at least 4 peer-reviewed journal articles over 9 pages long and at least 2 books or

eBooks1 (book chapters will count as PRJs). You may only use ONE article from The Explicator.

Please note that you will ultimately need to cite at least 7 secondary sources, plus your primary sources (the

literary works themselves) in your final research paper. You are NOT required to use any of the sources included in

the Literature Review in your final paper. Sometimes research ideas change during the writing process.

COMMENTARY:

After each MLA works cited entry, you will include a solid paragraph-long summary of the source and comments. The summary portion should identify the topic, main point, and general argument of the source. The commentary should indicate your thoughts about how the source will contribute to your project.

FORMAT:

• Page 1: After the heading (your name, etc), the Proposal.

• Each page after that should begin with an MLA Works Cited page citation for a source. After the citation,

include a solid paragraph-long summary of the source. Do not go onto a second page with your commentary.

• Sources should be in alphabetical order by last name of the author. (Just like in a Works Cited page.)

• Your final document should be 10 pages long: 1 page proposal and 9 citations/commentaries.

• The assignment will follow all other General Paper Guidelines (12-point Times New Roman font, 1-inch

margins, running header, double-spacing, etc.) Please see the posted example.

1 The literary texts themselves do NOT count towards this requirement (they are primary, not secondary sources).

Superior Strong Adequate Inadequate Failure

Source Selection

20%

Lit review meets or

exceeds source

requirements,

demonstrates a

breadth of research

on the topic, and

avoids repetition. ,

Lit review meets

most requirements

but is limited in

some way.

Lit review meets

basic requirements

but may be

repetitive at times

or include gaps.

Lit review does not

meet minimum

requirements.

Lit review fails to

demonstrate

understanding of

the assignment or

ability to fulfill the

requirements.

Citations

20%

Lit review includes

a complete and

accurate MLA

citation for each

source.

Some citations

include minor

errors or omissions.

Some citations

include significant

errors or omissions.

Many citations

contain significant

errors or omissions.

Majority of

citations contain

significant errors or

omissions.

Annotations

45%

Summaries are

accurate and

specific;

commentaries are

informative;

annotations are

well-written and of

appropriate length.

One component of

the annotation is

missing or

limited/weak in

some citations.

One component is

missing or

limited/weak in

several citations.

Lit review includes

little or no accurate

or useful

information on

sources.

Significant aspects

of the assignment

are not met.

Proposal

15%

Proposal provides a

meaningful

connection between

two appropriate

texts. Proposal

either announces a

clear, specific, and

interesting idea

and/or asks

pertinent, intriguing

questions.

Proposal identifies

a good connection

between two

appropriate texts.

Proposal identifies

a meaningful idea

about the two texts.

Proposal names two

appropriate texts

and shows a

connection between

them. Proposal

offers an idea about

the texts that is

clear.

Proposal addresses

two texts but may

be missing a

meaningful reason

to compare them.

Proposed idea is

obvious or unclear.

Proposal fails to

meet the

requirements of the

assignment.

LastName 1

FirstName LastName

Professor T. Truffin

ENGL-205

March 18th, 20xx

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Bhawuk, Dharm P.S. Spirituality and Indian Psychology. Springer New York, 2014.

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Burris, Ronald D. Wisdom From Africa: Theological Reflections on the Confessions of St. Augustine. Wipf and Stock, 2016.

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Chuang, Christina. “Perfecting the Self: From the Moral Sense to Conscience.” Sophia, vol. 56, no. 3, 2017, pp. 483-500. ProQuest, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11841-016-0556-7. Accessed 16 March 2019.

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Fein, Melvyn L. “Social Science and Morality: An Empirical Analysis.” Society, vol. 51, no. 5, 2014, pp. 452-463. ProQuest, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12115-014-9811-0. Accessed 16 March 2019.

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Johnson, Kathryn Ann. “The Social Construction Of Emotions In The Bhagavad Gita.” Journal of Religious Ethics, vol. 35, no. 4, 2007, pp. 655–679. Wiley Online Library, doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9795.2007.00325.x. Accessed 16 March 2019.

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Krettenauer, Tobias, et al. “The Development of Moral Emotions and Decision-Making from Adolescence to Early Adulthood: A 6-Year Longitudinal Study.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence, vol. 43, no. 4, 2014, pp. 583-96. ProQuest, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10964-013-9994-5. Accessed 16 March 2019.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Praesent efficitur tincidunt ex id ultrices. Nam eget dui dolor. Vivamus blandit augue ac odio euismod pellentesque. Fusce at dignissim mi. Proin iaculis augue eu est gravida consequat in nec dolor. Quisque id sapien neque. Vivamus scelerisque augue vel arcu vestibulum rhoncus. In ligula libero, aliquam a varius vel, placerat nec eros. Donec ullamcorper fringilla congue. Donec mi ipsum, dictum vel dui nec, placerat mattis felis. Sed in ex dictum, efficitur ante et, elementum leo. Morbi sed tortor leo. Sed ante orci, rhoncus a tincidunt vel, feugiat ac felis. Vivamus tincidunt eros ut pellentesque vehicula. Duis non semper ex. Proin posuere sodales felis, sed commodo nisi blandit at. Sed a purus augue. Fusce molestie lacinia ipsum, sed volutpat arcu aliquam id. Praesent suscipit, elit a pellentesque sagittis, nunc odio feugiat diam, sed sagittis nibh nunc id quam. Aenean vestibulum, nulla at dictum luctus, mauris neque cursus orci, eu dignissim nunc erat eget ex. Fusce in quam nec justo faucibus suscipit. Proin ligula arcu, facilisis sit amet fermentum imperdiet, mattis sit amet purus. Morbi molestie neque in orci pharetra sodales. In odio erat, scelerisque non fringilla quis, vulputate sit amet metus. Ut purus.

Kumar, Victor. “Moral Vindications.” Cognition, vol. 167, Oct. 2017, pp. 124–134. ScienceDirect, doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cognition.2017.05.005. Accessed 16 March 2019.

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Molden, Daniel C, and Carol S Dweck. “Finding ‘Meaning’ in Psychology: A Lay Theories Approach to Self-Regulation, Social Perception, and Social Development.” American Psychologist, vol. 61, Apr. 2006, pp. 192–203. EBSCOhost, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/0003-066X.61.3.192. Accessed 16 March 2019.

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Rogers, Glen. “Rethinking Moral Growth in College and Beyond.” Journal of Moral Education, vol. 31, no. 3, Sept. 2002, pp. 325–338. EBSCOhost, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0305724022000008142. Accessed 16 March 2019.

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ENGL 205: Long Paper Assignment: 300 pts due by midnight on Friday, April 16

(file must be in DOC, DOCX, or RTF format)

Examining differences between texts often generates significant insight, especially when there is much in

common. For example, while both the Jacob of Genesis and Arjuna come face to face with a divine being,

what do we make of the fact that Jacob wrestled and struggled physically and Arjuna engages in a

philosophical debate?

Your job is to examine two authors/texts and discern what significant meaning is generated by a meaningful

difference. In choosing your texts, you must identify a significant similarity that allows the difference to

highlight a meaningful idea.

In the above example, the significant similarity is that both Genesis and Bhagavad Gita feature characters

having face-to-face meetings with a deity. That similarity marks a significant area of comparison.

The difference between a physical struggle and a mental struggle then is an area of meaningful

comparison. The thesis would be your answer to the question “what do we make of that difference?”

or “what is the significance of that difference?” or “What does that difference teach me?”.

Each student will write a 2,600-word essay (approx. 8 pages, properly formatted) based on one of the

following choices:

1) Narrative

Compare/Contrast TWO of the following:

• Beowulf

• Don Quixote

• Sunjata

• Tale of Genji

• The Thousand and One Nights

2) Poetry

Compare/contrast TWO of the following:

• a selection from The Classic of Poetry

• Francis Petrarch

• A Tang Poet (Li Bo, or Du Fu)

3) Religion/Philosophy

Compare/contrast TWO of the following:

• Augustine’s Confessions

• Bhagavad-Gita

• Confucius Analects

• The Qu’ran

Specifications:

Your paper must…

 be 2,600 words long (NOT COUNTING WORKS CITED PAGE) (approx. 8 pages)

 quote, summarize, and/or paraphrase from the following sources: o the two primary sources—(the literary text or texts you are analyzing) o at least 2 books/ebooks (secondary sources) o at least 5 peer-reviewed articles from scholarly literary journals (only one article from The

Explicator is allowed). Book reviews do not count. (secondary sources)

 have a descriptive title

 provide a reason for comparing the two texts in the introduction

 contain a clear interpretive thesis statement that summarizes your conclusions

o remember that your thesis claim should be specific and significant

 explain and support its main points with specific examples and/or quotations from the texts

 use the alternating format for compare/contrast papers rather than the block format (see below)

 contain unified, coherent, well-developed paragraphs with strong topic sentences

 cite the literary texts in proper MLA documentation format

 be formatted according to the MLA guidelines

 be submitted in Blackboard on time.

Structure Notes for Compare/Contrast Papers

There are two ways to organize compare/contrast papers.

Do NOT use this format:

Block: organized by texts

A. Introduction and Thesis B. Background Information C. Stuff about Text A

a. Point 1 b. Point 2 c. Point 3…

D. Stuff about Text B a. Point 1 b. Point 2 c. Point 3…

E. Conclusion

DO use this format:

Alternating: organized by ideas/points

A. Introduction and Thesis B. Very Brief Background Material, if

appropriate (Background may be historical,

thematic, or theoretical, depending on the

topic selected. Make sure that it is relevant to

the argument that follows).

C. Analysis a. Idea 1 (point of comparison)

i. Discuss BOTH texts. b. Idea 2

i. Discuss BOTH texts. c. and so on…

D. Conclusion

Please note that letters and numbers in this outline refer

to sections of your paper, not paragraphs. Each section

may include one or more paragraphs.

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