Write a substantial, formal *** word) critical and analytical essay in response
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Write a substantial, formal *** word) critical and analytical essay in response to the following four questions:
1: Choose a literary text that we have read and answer the question, “How is ‘evil’ imagined/represented in this literary text?” To answer the question, identify a short, relevant passage or a key textual pattern (that highlights character, setting, events, or argument), close read it, analyze it, and support your reading with supporting evidence from elsewhere in the text (if needed). (TEXT: THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH)
2: Choose 1 illustrations of the text in question (from class) and analyze it according to the passage you chose. How does the illustration support, compliment, or contrast the literary text? Additional consideration: Is the artist providing their own interpretation of the literary text through their image of it?
(ILLUSTRATION: THE DAGGER DROPPED GLEAMING UPON THE SABLE CARPET, HARRY CLARK)
3: How does the literary text and its representation of ‘evil’ support, compliment, or contrast one of the many theodicies you have read/encountered (St. Augustine, St. Aquinas, Leibniz, Milton, etc.)? (THEODICY: NO EVIL COMES FROM GOD)
4: Drawing from one of the critical essays we’ve read, frame or support your analysis of the literary text or its illustration.
Requirements: Support your response with 3-5 quotations drawn from the text (using MLA in-text citation and works cited format). Accurately type in each quote and cite the page or line number in which it appears. For each quote, analyze its textual features, indicating patterns and/or anomalies, explain how it supports your response to the prompt: “how is evil imagined or represented in this literary text?” What does it say that you find particularly startling, compelling, attractive? Why/how is it significant, jarring, or thought-provoking?