In this activity, you will select one (1) literary theory (Feminist Literary Theory) from the ones covered in the module. Then use this theory to construct an analysis of one (1) of the war-related short stories(Editha by William Dean Howell) you read for this module.
Basically, you will use the language of your applicable literary theory as a tool to illustrate (illustration essay) some specific insight into your selected story.
Begin by re-reading your short story of choice.
Re-read the literary theory you choose to apply to your short story of choice.
Illustrate in writing your essay your ability to synthesize literary theory into analysis of a story.
When you have completed your re-reading of your selected story and decided which literary theory to apply, compose no fewer than 500 words analyzing your selected story to illustrate the critical theory you find most helpful to understanding the chosen fiction.
You should make sure to highlight the theory’s main points in your first paragraph and show how that theory relates to your selected story.
Do not summarize the short story, but, rather, focus on how the theory you choose to work with helps explain one of the story’s themes.
These are the resources I have. Another feminist theory resource may be better:
Howell, William Dean (1907). “Editha.” From Between the Dark and the Daylight. New York: Harper and Brothers. Retrieved from http://www.online-literature.com/william-dean-howells/4110/
Siegel, K. (n.d.). Introduction to Modern Literary Theory. Retrieved September 08, 2016, from http://www.kristisiegel.com/theory.htm#feminism
FEMINIST LITERARY THEORY IN "EDITHA" Name: Institutional Affiliation Feminist Literary Theory in "Editha" Introduction The feminist literary theory gives inference of the literary evaluations that find root from the perspectives of feminist`s politics. The literary primarily identifies female characteristics with the aim of challenging the perceptions of male characters in authorship. On the other hand, the feminist literary theory provides suggestions on how women were prejudiced in the past and viewed as objects in different kinds of literature in accord of the male perspectives. In light of this, the theory consequently questions how male authors presented literature that valued females than look at women as inferiors in the society. This paper, therefore, seeks to establish the feminist literary theory in Editha. Feminist Li