Let’s have some fun this week for our Wk 2 assignment focusing on style, tone, irony, setting, symbol, and more in Art Spiegelman’s _Maus I_ graphic narrative piece (link in Required and Suggested Readings area of the Classroom).For your assignment this week, I’d like you to write a full 2-page (500 word minimum) response to the _Maus I_ reading. Your response should be crafted like an essay with introduction, body paragraphs, and conclusion.Consider the following as you think about the piece, and then craft your essay in response to at least two of the questions below:Did you have to go back and re-read any sections of the graphic narrative for it to make sense to you? If so, which sections, and why? (Consider: was it the narrative, the graphic representation, or both that caused you to have to jump back to catch up?)How does Spiegelman’s tone and style impact you as a reader of the piece?In your opinion, how does irony function in the story? Does anything in the piece stand out to you as ironic? If so, why?Where is the story set, and how does that impact the overall narrative Spiegelman creates for us as readers?What are the underlying themes you feel Spiegelman is trying to share with readers, and why are they important themes for all of us to understand?What types of conclusions could you reach about the main characters in the piece, and why are these important to an understanding of human nature?Use textual evidence when needed to back up your claims. Remember to use proper APA in-text citation if you use words or phrases from the readings, and to include a References citation for each source you use. Consult the APA Resource Center listed in the “Classroom” link in our course menu for helpful documents and resources concerning APA documentation.This assignment will be checked for plagiarism using our in-course plagiarism detection software. You can read more about the consequences for plagiarism, a form of academic dishonesty, in the Herzing University Academic Dishonesty Policy (in our course syllabus and in the university catalog).aus is a graphic novel but it remains an anomaly. It is biography, autobiography, allegory, history,cartoon but it is also literature! It defies traditional categorisation.Most of Maus is…
Let’s have some fun this week for our Wk 2 assignment focusing on style, tone, irony, setting, symbol, and more in Art Spiegelman’s _Maus I_ graphic
Give us your instructions.
Select the type of service you need: writing, calculations, or programming. We’ve created an intuitive order form that tells you what information to enter and where, so make sure to fill out each required field. Also, make your requirements as specific as possible. Don’t rush! Take your time and explain everything in detail how it works.
Proceed to checkout and enter your credit card details or PayPal login, how to pay. Follow the payment provider’s instructions to confirm the transaction.
Now your order is in our system! We’ll start processing it right away.