1.Review Oedipus, the Written and Acted version prior to starting this assignment. You’ll be viewing the movie now on YouTube (use links posted under Week 3—Reading.) ◦Suggestion: Invite your family or friends to watch it with you in a “movie night,” and summarize the plot for them before you begin! You’ll notice that this interpretation follows the speech patterns of the play but that the setting and characterization is, perhaps, different than you might expect. It also it acted out in a different manner than it would have been when performed originally in Greece.
2.“Experience” the production of Oedipus through first reading the play and then viewing the full-length movie on YouTube.
3.Then, write a 700-1,000 word cohesive paper (not a short essay assignment) comparing the written play to the movie.
4.Refer to the background information you learned during the Oedipus Short Essays and other sources of information (with citations), as well as the Assessment Rubric for Long Essays.
Use the following guiding points to help you organize and prepare your long essay paper, which should include your •introduction, coverage of content in its
•body within your paragraphs (respond to items below in the order they are presented; don’t simply list answers to them), and
For instance, each topic you cover might be comprised of one or more paragraphs in length with transitions to the following paragraphs and subsequent topics. Use spell check and academic writing in preparing your thoughts, and then submit your comparison paper for grading. Refer to the OWL at Purdue, and your textbook for writing examples.
1.Include an original title that captures the spirit of your paper. Summarize and compare the plots of the play and movie in one or two paragraphs.
2.Compare the play to the movie in relation to: ◦Title, author, director
◦Venue(location), staging, etc.
◦Actors and acting
◦Themes, characters, symbolism
◦Role and effectiveness of “chorus”
3.Compare your personal response to both the written play and movie: ◦Favorite scene
◦Emotional or other response
4.Critique both the written play and movie (criticisms, suggestions, or accolades with examples)
5.Describe which version you preferred –and why
6.Conclude your paper
7.Cite your sources
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