Persuasion Assignment Jane Austin 2 PARTS W/ 2 SECTIONS EACH REQUIRES (2) 200 word min & (2) 100 word Min. Seeking COLLEGE LEVEL CONTENT professionally written that is relevant and scholarly.
PART ONE SECTION A & B
Austen’s Persuasion, Chapters Vol 1 Ch1-8
Required: One Original Post IN (200 words min), One Response (100 words min). LIST & LABLE quote!
Quoting an example of a direct instance of speech from either Mrs. Clay, or Mary Musgrove (Anne’s married sister), analyze the speech to reveal a specific character flaw in your chosen female character. You should interpret the speech and its context in detail.
They would look around them, no doubt, and bless their good fortune,” said Mrs. Clay, for Mrs. Clay was present: her father had driven her over, nothing being of so much use to Mrs. Clay’s health as a drive to Kellynch: “but I quite agree with my father in thinking a sailor might be a very desirable tenant. I have known a good deal of the profession; and besides their liberality, they are so neat and careful in all their ways! These valuable pictures of yours, Sir Walter, if you chose to leave them, would be perfectly safe.
PART TWO SECTION A & B
Austen, Persuasion, Volume II, Chapters 4-6
You MUST label your post with your Volume and Chapter (vol ll, Ch 5) numbers to make it easier to respond to the right ones!
Required: One Original Post In (200 words min)
You will be discussing an assigned section of the book. Choose a scene from one of the assigned chapter and interpret the scene, paying attention to what the scene reveals about a particular character and their motivations. You may not interpret the same scene that someone else in your group does.” Please begin by using a quotation as a point of reference?
QUOTE from Scene Vol ll Ch 5:” Anne found in Mrs. Smith the good sense and agreeable manners which she had almost ventured to depend on, and a disposition to converse and be cheerful beyond her expectation. Neither the dissipations of the past–and she had lived very much in the world–nor the restrictions of the present, neither sickness nor sorrow seemed to have closed her heart or ruined her spirits.”
SECTION B IN (100 words min) Interpret this scene VOL ll Ch 1, Quote from Scene, “Ay, a very bad business indeed. A new sort of way this, for a young fellow to be making love, by breaking his mistress’s head, is not it, Miss Elliot? This is breaking a head and giving a plaster, truly!”