Write an essay based on several pieces of literature (at least 4) you’ve read over the past couple of weeks for this class that explains when “justice” isn’t “just.”
• The length of this paper is 3-5 pages. Use only 12 pt. Times New Roman font. Double space the entire paper – NO additional spacing anywhere in this paper. Any paper that does not meet the minimum length will receive a failing grade (2 7/8 pages is NOT 3 pages!).
• This paper must follow MLA guidelines. Use your textbook, pages 217-244; Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (OWL) at <http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/> (you’ll have to cut and paste that address or “google” OWL).
• I expect every paragraph to contain in-text citations, body paragraphs to contain at least two in-text citations. Do NOT use lengthy quotes, paraphrase instead but give an in-text citation to show where the ideas came from.
• I expect every source you use to be included in the works cited page (which is NOT included in your page count).
(Points possible for this essay: 300)
Read for past couple of weeks
“A Good Man Is Hard to Find”
“Letter from Birmingham Jail”
“A Jury of Her Peers”
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