Caribbean Literature

Final Critical Research Essay GuidelinesFor this Critical Research Essay, please present an argument in response to one of the following questions, and use one or more of the texts we have read this semester to ground your argument. Without exception, this paper MUST be 6 pages in length. That means at minimum, six pages to the bottom of page six.Please use Times New Roman 12 point font.Your Works Cited page is not included in the page-length.Please include at minimum 5 proper secondary peer-reviewed sources (distributed between journal articles, and book chapters) incorporated by direct quotation into the body of your argument.You must not use internet sources of any kind.The secondary sources you use must come from the Medgar Evers College Charles Evans Inniss Library databases. The best databases for literature sources include JSTOR (for journal articles), and Project Muse (for book chapters).When you use a secondary source, you must weave a quote from the secondary source into your essay in some way. Of course, you will quote from the primary texts, too, to craft your essay. Please also include an imaginative title!Please feel free to use any of the secondary sources I have included on your BB Course Materials page for this part of the assignment. Also, use your notes from video discussions and lectures to write your essay, if they are at all helpful to you.Please incorporate through quotation the citations from your secondary sources into your essay, and follow all MLA Guidelines. Your secondary sources must be incorporated into the argument of your essay.6. Christophine is a crucial character in Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea (1966). Hers is actually the first character’s voice that we hear in this astonishing revision of Jane Eyre (1847), told from the perspective of Antoinette, the “madwoman in the attic.” Why is voice so important in the novel, generally? In this paper, please also consider voice as a resistant force in three key scenes from Wide Sargasso Sea. Please include as one of the three scenes you choose the section in which Christophine speaks with Antoinette’s husband (Wide Sargasso Sea, 91-96). Please provide evidence from the text to support your claims.

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