ENGL 133W FDE – Topic: Who Tells Your Story: The Impact

Choose ONE of the four thematic topics below and write an argumentative essay that addresses an aspect of that issue. Remember, in an argumentative essay you take a stance and argue your position using evidence (textual analysis, examples, etc.). You will take a stance and provide evidence using at least two of the essays from the readings we have covered in this course, as well as at least two appropriate, academic outside sources. This essay must be at least 1200 words and follow the formatting guidelines for essays in this course. Please bold your thesis statement.

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1. Our Changing World

  • “Our Vanishing Night,” by Verlyn Klinkenborg
  • “Small Change: Why the Revolution Will Not Be Tweeted,” by Malcolm Gladwell
  • “The Ghosts in Our Machines,” by Matthew J. X. Malady

2. The Importance of Writing

  • “Reading to Write,” by Stephen King
  • “On Keeping a Notebook,” by Joan Didion
  • “Learning to Read and Write,” by Frederick Douglass

3. Being Black in America

  • “The Fourth of July,” by Audre Lorde
  • “Paranoid Style of Policing,” by Ta-Nehisi Coates
  • “Going It Alone,” by Rahawa Haile

4. A Multicultural Existence

  • “Two Ways to Belong in America,” by Bharati Mukherjee
  • “Only Daughter,” by Sandra Cisneros
  • “Mother Tongue,” by Amy Tan

***Essay should be at least 1200 words, not including Works Cited page. Essay is formatted following MLA style guidelines: One-inch page margins; Times New Roman, 12pt font; Double-spaced paragraphs; A header with author’s last name and page number one-half inch from the top of each page;***