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Walter the Titan

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  • March 9, 2014
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  • Course: Freshman Lit and Comp
  • Professor: Ms. Whelan
  • School: Westwood High School
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lConsider how the allusion to Prometheus helps to better understand Walter’s struggle. Then, write an essay in which you show how Walter serves as a Prometheus-like figure by analyzing how the various aspects ofConsider how the allusion to Prometheus helps to better understand Walter’s struggle. Then, write an essay in which you show how Walter serves as a Prometheus-like figure by analyzing how the various aspects of Aeschylus’s, Shelley’s, and Hamilton’s texts connect to Walter’s internal turmoil and external strife. According to the myth, Prometheus eventually finds liberation from his suffering. In your conclusion, argue whether or not Hansberry suggests that Walter experiences a similar outcome. Be sure to use evidence from the texts and the play to argue your points; synthesize evidence from multiple texts in each body paragraph to support your argument.Consider how the allusion to Prometheus helps to better understand Walter’s struggle. Then, write an essay in which you show how Walter serves as a Prometheus-like figure by analyzing how the various aspects of Aeschylus’s, Shelley’s, and Hamilton’s texts connect to Walter’s internal turmoil and external strife. According to the myth, Prometheus eventually finds liberation from his suffering. In your conclusion, argue whether or not Hansberry suggests that Walter experiences a similar outcome. Be sure to use evidence from the texts and the play to argue your points; synthesize evidence from multiple texts in each body paragraph to support your argument.

Aeschylus’s, Shelley’s, and Hamilton’s texts connect to Walter’s internal turmoil and external strife. According to the myth, Prometheus eventually finds liberation from his suffering. In your conclusion, argue whether Consider how the allusion to Prometheus helps to better understand Walter’s struggle. Then, write an essay in which you show how Walter serves as a Prometheus-like figure by analyzing how the various aspects of Aeschylus’s,...