Students Name Instructor Course Date The Yellow Paper The Yellow Paper is written by Charlotte Gilman and it is a tale that has significant representations of inner and outer space. There is a paradox in the way the narrator tells the story of the book which is also an evident representation of inner and outer space. Firstly the narrator loses her touch with the outside world while she develops a more critical perspective on the inner reality of her life (Gilman). This split regarding the outer and inner division is essential when it comes to the understanding of how the suffering of the narrator is structured. During numerous instances in her life she faces situations objects and relationships which appear to be natural and innocent but in a real sense they are somehow bizarre or even oppressive (Gilman). This is a clear example of the representation of the split is through her child. This is evident because through her recounting of the story she transcends her identity as being a parent and also declares herself as being a somewhat complicated human being who has been through numerous disappointments that are currently affecting her child (Martins 170). Therefore this means even if in her outer space she denies being the person who can help Emily become better her inner self-understands that through knowing who she is it will help her to help her daughter become a better person. Work Cited Curtis Rachel Leigh. “Unreconciled Contradictions: Autonomy Ideology and the Possibility of Progress in Tillie Olsen’s” Tell Me a Riddle”.” (2014). Gilman Charlotte Perkins. Herland and selected stories. Penguin 2014.Martins Cecília Beecher. “Free Associative Film Analysis.” Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies 7 (2015): 153-176. Wolter Jürgen. “” The Yellow Wall-Paper”: The Ambivalence of Changing Discourses.” Amerikastudien/American Studies (2009): 195-210.
Your Annotated Bibliography will provide an MLA Style citation for each of the 10 references you select and short annotations of approximately 1-5 sentences. You will be evaluated on the correctness of your citation style and the grammatical correctness of your annotation. Your annotation must include a sentence on the relevance of the entry to your paper. It is not enough to say: this paper is important to my paper.
With regard to ONE of the questions below compile a bibliography listing TEN secondary sources.
For each item in your bibliography, write a brief note on the nature of the source. Use complete
sentences and correct grammar.
What is the genre of the source? Is it scholarly, a review, a note, a personal response, et cetera?
What is the primary purpose of the article?
What is the nature of the periodical or book it is published in; is it scholarly, popular, peer-reviewed, self-published, etcetera?
What aspects, if any, of the source could be useful in writing for scholarly work?
Why is this article important to your paper?
The primary texts that you use for your paper CANNOT be included as part of the bibliographic entries
Your bibliography must meet the following criteria: no more than five sources may be drawn from the materials in WebCampus, no more than two sources may be electronic in their original format, and no more than four sources may be notes or reviews.
(A note is generally a very brief article, consisting of 1-3 pages, focused on a highly specific element of the text. A review is generally published in a newspaper or popular magazine, and it is usually less than 2 pages. Wikipedia and non-academic online resources are not acceptable for this assignment).
You must use secondary sources appropriate to your topic in both focus and quantity. Your paper should demonstrate a grasp of both the primary text(s) you choose to write on and the critical materials available. This means that you must show an understanding of the reliability of critical materials, how to find scholarly criticism, and an ability to judge whether a work is dated or current. While some topics will have more or less critical materials available than others, I advise a 3-4 sources minimum. You may wish to consider biographical materials, letters, print history, journals, or other such sources as well.
Discuss the representation of inner and outer space in TWO of the following: Charlotte Gilman’s The Yellow Wallpaper, Tillie Olsens I Stand Here Ironing and Ursula K. Le Guin’s Those Who Walk Away from Omelas.