1. Select a work of literature from the website above. You may choose any of the pieces on the site, except for the three works we will discuss in class on 12/8. It can be non-fiction, fiction, poetry, or graphic novel. 2. Write a 4-page Introduction to the text, including: 1. Biographical information on the author 2. Historical/regional context (e.g. for a piece on Egypt you should mention how the work relates to the events of the Arab Spring) 3. Your interpretation of the piece. 3. Annotation of the text: 1. Copy and paste the text into Microsoft Word 2. Use the Comments function under the Review tab to include marginal comments 3. Your marginal comments should: 1. Explain key moments of the text that support your interpretation 2. Define a foreign word, identify a geographic place, or explain a regional custom  Point out literary terms or devices that we have studied in class (see attached list) 4. Bibliography 1. Include a bibliography of at least 5 sources. For each write a brief (2-3 sentences) note that explains its benefit a reader. NOTE: This can be (and should be) the same sources you used to help write your introduction. These sources can include: 1. Biographical information on the author 2. Reviews of the text, or other works by the author  Historical accounts or news pieces that give context to the region and its current global state.

1. Select a work of literature from the website above. You may choose any of the pieces on the site, except for the three works we will discuss in class on 12/8. It can be non-fiction, fiction, poetry, or graphic novel. 2. Write a 4-page Introduction to the text, including: 1. Biographical information on the author 2. Historical/regional context (e.g. for a piece on Egypt you should mention how the work relates to the events of the Arab Spring) 3. Your interpretation of the piece. 3. Annotation of the text: 1. Copy and paste the text into Microsoft Word 2. Use the Comments function under the Review tab to include marginal comments 3. Your marginal comments should: 1. Explain key moments of the text that support your interpretation 2. Define a foreign word, identify a geographic place, or explain a regional custom  Point out literary terms or devices that we have studied in class (see attached list) 4. Bibliography 1. Include a bibliography of at least 5 sources. For each write a brief (2-3 sentences) note that explains its benefit a reader. NOTE: This can be (and should be) the same sources you used to help write your introduction. These sources can include: 1. Biographical information on the author 2. Reviews of the text, or other works by the author  Historical accounts or news pieces that give context to the region and its current global state.

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