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Based on the readings from weeks one and two, discuss the images of America the European writers constructed to promote colonization To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.tutorialoutlet.com/all-miscellaneous/based-on-thereadings-from-weeks-one-and-two-discuss-the-images-of-americathe-european-writers-constructedFOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.tutorialoutlet.com1. Based on the readings from weeks one and two, discuss the images of America the European writers constructed to promote colonization and settlement. What kinds of unique natural resources and environmental factors did they extol in their accounts of the New World? Relate these images to natural resources and environmental factors today.2. Based on the readings from weeks one and two, choose one passage written by one of the authors we’ve read. Identify the author and the title of the work. Then analyze the passage you chose in terms of its significance and historical impact. You should explain why it was chosen, look at the details provided in the passage, and explain in detail what the passage suggests about the work as a whole including its value to American history as well as to American literature.3. If there's an aspect of the stories from these two weeks that particularly interests you, you may choose your own topic, but you must run it by me first to be sure it is headed in an analytical direction.Your essay should be formatted in MLA style, including double spacing throughout. All sources should be properly cited both in the text and on a works cited page. As with most academic writing, this essay should be written in third person. Please avoid both first person (I, we, our, etc.) and second person (you, your).Week 1 Readings:Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca: Author BioAlvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, from The Narrative of Cabeza de VacaSamuel de Champlain: Author BioSamuel de Champlain, from Voyages of Samuel de Champlain: The Voyages of 1604-1607Christopher Columbus: Author BioChristopher Columbus, Report of the First VoyageJohn Smith: Author BioJohn Smith, from The General History of Virginia, New England, and the Summer Isles, Chapter II: What Happened Till the First SupplyWeek 2 Readings:William Bradford: Author BioWilliam Bradford, from Of Plymouth Plantation, Book IWilliam Bradford, from Of Plymouth Plantation, Book IIPuritanismAnne Bradstreet: Author BioAnne Bradstreet, ContemplationsPuritanism, Indians and WitchcraftMary Rowlandson: Author BioMary Rowlandson, from A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary RowlandsonEdward Taylor: Author BioEdward Taylor, Upon Wedlock, and Death of ChildrenPuritanism, Indians, and WitchcraftCotton Mather: Author BioCotton Mather, from Bonifacius: Essays to Do GoodThe South and the Middle ColoniesSt. John de Crevecoeur: Letters from an American Farmer, What is an American?
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