“The Postman Always Rings Twice” novella and film comparison

“The Postman Always Rings Twice” novella and film comparison

You need to see the The Postman Always Rings Twice 1946 ” novella and film first!! Please try to use simple and basic words and grammar as soon as possible .
Guidelines for the Essay:

2.    CREATE A WITTY/PRACTICAL ESSAY TITLE THAT SUMS UP WHAT THE PAPER EXPLORES.
3.    START WITH A BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF THE ISSUE AND HAVE A THESIS (POINT/ISSUE THAT THE PAPER WILL EXPLORE)
4.    MAKE SURE THAT KEY WORDS (COMPARE,CONTRAST, OR SIMILAR, DIFFERENT) APPEAR EARLY ON.
5.    EXPLAIN WHY THE 2 ITEMS ARE BEING BROUGHT TOGETHER FOR ANALYSIS.
6.    2ND PARAGRAPHS CAN OFTEN INCLUDE A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE STORY OR A DEFINITION OF TERMS, OR CONTEXT.
7.    DESIGN LOGICAL PARAGRAPHS THAT ARE ANALYTICAL.
8.    INSERT EXAMPLES FROM THE BOOK (QUOTES), BLACKBOARD NOTES, FILM, ETC. TO SUPPORT ASSERTIONS.
9.    END WITH AN APPROPRIATE CONCLUSION THAT SUMS UP WHAT THE PAPER SET OUT TO DO.
10.    IF ANY SECONDARY SOURCE MATERIAL IS USED, INCLUDE A BIBLIOGRAPHY (MLA OR APA).
11.    MAKE SURE YOUR NAME AND STUDENT NUMBER APPEAR ON THE DOCUMENT’S 1ST PAGE
12.    ENSURE THAT EDITING AND REVISION IS DONE BEFORE SUBMITTING.
13.    UPLOAD YOUR DOCUMENT (DOC, DOCX, RTF, OR PDF) TO THE ASSIGNMENT’S ICON IN BLACKBOARD BEFORE THE BOX CLOSES.
14.    BOOK TITLES ARE IN ITALICS
15.    INDENT EACH NEW PARAGRAPH
16.    LATE ESSAYS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.
17.    SUBMISSIONS TO BLACKBOARD EMAIL ARE NOT ACCEPTED.
18.    EMAILED SUBMISSIONS TO MY SMU ACCOUNT ARE NOT ACCEPTED
Compare and Contrast: It’s like this; no wait, it’s more like that
When we write compare & contrast essays we examine 2 or more items for likenesses, differences, or both.  The purpose of this type of writing is to help an audience

see through superficial similarities and obvious differences to discover more significant links and underlying differences that may, at first glance, be overlooked.
This kind of writing evaluates and helps readers make an informed choice. For this assignment, what you are doing is a comparative analysis of 2 topics: novel and

film. When selecting items for comparison make sure that they share some common grounds, as well as presenting some possibilities for differences.
The main error in developing compare & contrast papers is that the writer merely presents a grocery list of items that are alike and different. The reader will say,

“So What?” or Who cares? In order to avoid this reaction, your essay must explain in its thesis (located at the end of the 1st paragraph) what the comparison and

contrast will demonstrate. What will the analysis contribute to understanding the works? What’s at stake and why? Which is more emphasized? What does it mean?
Then, ample, well-chosen details are needed to show just how the items under consideration are alike and different.  Such vivid details are the evidence or support

that helps the reader grasp your meaning.  Ensure that aspects are properly illustrated with examples from the text. This writing strategy can be organized one of 2

ways: block format or point-by-point pattern.
Block Format: This design first presents all the points of comparison for one item and then all the points of comparison for the other.
It might look like this: A/A/A…, then B/B/B…
Think of it as writing 2 mini essays. Between the 2 parts a transitional section is often placed that ties them together.

Point-by-Point: This alternating pattern presents a point about one item, then follows immediately with a corresponding point about the other. It moves back and forth

between the two. This highly-organized style seems to fit well with longer projects by keeping writer and reader focused on the topic.
It might look like this: A/B, A/B, A/B, A/B…
Try to move from the least significant point to the most significant, so that you conclude with punch.
_______________________________________________________
This essay is 1000 words long, or about 4 pages, typed and double spaced. It will be uploaded to the 1205ww Blackboard website into the Assignments box. Please make

sure that your document is a saved as a docx or RTF file.

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Paper for “The Postman Always Rings Twice” novella and film comparison
You need to see the The Postman Always Rings Twice 1946 ” novella and film first!! Please try to use simple and basic words and grammar as soon as possible .
Guidelines for the Essay:
1.    LENGTH: APPROX. 4-6 PAGES, TYPED AND DOUBLE SPACED. NUMBER PAGES. FONT–ARIAL OR TIMES NEW ROMAN.
2.    CREATE A WITTY/PRACTICAL ESSAY TITLE THAT SUMS UP WHAT THE PAPER EXPLORES.
3.    START WITH A BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF THE ISSUE AND HAVE A THESIS (POINT/ISSUE THAT THE PAPER WILL EXPLORE)
4.    MAKE SURE THAT KEY WORDS (COMPARE,CONTRAST, OR SIMILAR, DIFFERENT) APPEAR EARLY ON.
5.    EXPLAIN WHY THE 2 ITEMS ARE BEING BROUGHT TOGETHER FOR ANALYSIS.
6.    2ND PARAGRAPHS CAN OFTEN INCLUDE A BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE STORY OR A DEFINITION OF TERMS, OR CONTEXT.
7.    DESIGN LOGICAL PARAGRAPHS THAT ARE ANALYTICAL.
8.    INSERT EXAMPLES FROM THE BOOK (QUOTES), BLACKBOARD NOTES, FILM, ETC. TO SUPPORT ASSERTIONS.
9.    END WITH AN APPROPRIATE CONCLUSION THAT SUMS UP WHAT THE PAPER SET OUT TO DO.
10.    IF ANY SECONDARY SOURCE MATERIAL IS USED, INCLUDE A BIBLIOGRAPHY (MLA OR APA).
11.    MAKE SURE YOUR NAME AND STUDENT NUMBER APPEAR ON THE DOCUMENT’S 1ST PAGE
12.    ENSURE THAT EDITING AND REVISION IS DONE BEFORE SUBMITTING.
13.    UPLOAD YOUR DOCUMENT (DOC, DOCX, RTF, OR PDF) TO THE ASSIGNMENT’S ICON IN BLACKBOARD BEFORE THE BOX CLOSES.
14.    BOOK TITLES ARE IN ITALICS
15.    INDENT EACH NEW PARAGRAPH
16.    LATE ESSAYS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.
17.    SUBMISSIONS TO BLACKBOARD EMAIL ARE NOT ACCEPTED.
18.    EMAILED SUBMISSIONS TO MY SMU ACCOUNT ARE NOT ACCEPTED
Compare and Contrast: It’s like this; no wait, it’s more like that
When we write compare & contrast essays we examine 2 or more items for likenesses, differences, or both.  The purpose of this type of writing is to help an audience

see through superficial similarities and obvious differences to discover more significant links and underlying differences that may, at first glance, be overlooked.
This kind of writing evaluates and helps readers make an informed choice. For this assignment, what you are doing is a comparative analysis of 2 topics: novel and

film. When selecting items for comparison make sure that they share some common grounds, as well as presenting some possibilities for differences.
The main error in developing compare & contrast papers is that the writer merely presents a grocery list of items that are alike and different. The reader will say,

“So What?” or Who cares? In order to avoid this reaction, your essay must explain in its thesis (located at the end of the 1st paragraph) what the comparison and

contrast will demonstrate. What will the analysis contribute to understanding the works? What’s at stake and why? Which is more emphasized? What does it mean?
Then, ample, well-chosen details are needed to show just how the items under consideration are alike and different.  Such vivid details are the evidence or support

that helps the reader grasp your meaning.  Ensure that aspects are properly illustrated with examples from the text. This writing strategy can be organized one of 2

ways: block format or point-by-point pattern.
Block Format: This design first presents all the points of comparison for one item and then all the points of comparison for the other.
It might look like this: A/A/A…, then B/B/B…
Think of it as writing 2 mini essays. Between the 2 parts a transitional section is often placed that ties them together.

Point-by-Point: This alternating pattern presents a point about one item, then follows immediately with a corresponding point about the other. It moves back and forth

between the two. This highly-organized style seems to fit well with longer projects by keeping writer and reader focused on the topic.
It might look like this: A/B, A/B, A/B, A/B…
Try to move from the least significant point to the most significant, so that you conclude with punch.
_______________________________________________________
This essay is 1000 words long, or about 4 pages, typed and double spaced. It will be uploaded to the 1205ww Blackboard website into the Assignments box. Please make

sure that your document is a saved as a docx or RTF file.

If you need log in see the document of The Postman Always Rings Twice 1946
1. Search for https://smu.blackboard.com/webapps/portal/frameset.jsp?tab_group=courses&url=%2Fwebapps%2Fblackboard%2Fexecute%2FdisplayLearningUnit%3Fcourse_id

%3D_13058_1%26content_id%3D_444446_1%26framesetWrapped%3Dtrue
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