Requirements: 1)Refer to and quote from each of the two literary Hamlet and Belo

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Requirements:
1)Refer to and quote from each of the two literary Hamlet and Beloved novels.
2)Develop a unique, sophisticated thesis and divisions of proof addressing one of the suggested topics. Clearly indicate which topic you are addressing.
3) Exhibit an understanding of the controlling structural strength of topic sentences.
4) Quote appropriately from a minimum of three sources on the internet.
5) Refrain from plagiarizing and cite all material found in other texts or on the internet.
6) Have a works-cited page separate from the body of the essay.
Pick One Topic:
1) Here, actual ghosts play a part in the decision-making process of the characters. The ghost also happens to represent the unknown, perhaps the very embodiment of xenophobia. Which “haunting” plays the most significant role in the decisions made by the haunted character or characters? Have strong divisions of proof for your argument.
2) Secrecy is a key element in each of these works. Like us, these people live in close proximity to each other and yet harbor great secrets; the closer the connection, it seems, the deeper the secrets. Examine both works and argue which does the best job of exploring this theme/idea.
3) Crimes play a key role in each of these works. Rape and robbery, regicide, infanticide, and poisoning (both physical and psychological/emotional) these deeds are condemned by virtually all civilized societies. Which crime is most “human?” Explain in terms of personal and societal forces and place as well in the context of the other works.
4) The theme of ownership is addressed in each of both of these works. Who owns Denmark? Who owns Hamlet? Ophelia? Beloved, of course, announces this theme from page one and never lets go. We are asked if we will take ownership of our actions, our work, and ourselves. What does it mean taking ownership of one’s self? Which work best explores this complex issue?
5) Compare these two stories to another ghost story. Draw a strong thesis from your comparison.
6) Which is more historically accurate? Which is less? (You must include in your research paper your conclusion of whether or not historical accuracy or divergence enhances or hurts the play or novel.)

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