5 pages paper, EXPO writing class

Hi, this is collage academic writing class paper, you need one intro paragraph, at least 3 body paragraphs and one ending. So, in each body paragraphs, you need two quotes from different articles, and you also need at least 3 lines to explains your ideas that how those quotes supports your main ideas after or before the quotes, and you also need citation after the quotes, like (Stout, P234). and do not repeat and summary the idea from the article, you need original thinking of it.

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• Martha Stout, “When I Woke Up Tuesday Morning, It Was Friday” P419

And TWO of the following:

Malcom Gladwell, “The Power of Context” P148

Jean Twenge, “An Army of One: ME” P486

Robert Thurman, “Wisdom” P440

Daniel Gilbert, “Immune to Reality” P129

Question: (Use Stout and TWO of the previous texts to answer the following question)

One definition of a myth is “an idea or story that is believed by many people but that is not true” (merriam-webster.com). Consider the tile ofStout’s book, from which this chapter came- The Myth of Sanity: Divided Consciousness and the Promise of Awareness. To what extentmight our idea of sanity be a myth? How is it tied to awareness and what purpose might it serve?


You may want to think about these questions as you formulate your answer: What does Stout mean by “the promise of awareness”? Is awareness somehow different than sanity? Is it different than the kind of awareness Thurman describes? Is sanity the same as normality? What does sanity actually mean? Does our generational or educational context influence how we think about it? Do “sane” people just have better psychological immune systems?


• Papers should be in 12 point Times New Roman, double-spaced, with one inch margins.

• Papers should be FIVE full pages

• Papers should have name, course and section, semester, assignment number, version and due date in the upper left-hand corner (single spaced).

• Original title in regular type and centered on first page.

• Cite using in-text MLA citation format- see handbook for examples.