Select two well-known public contemporary figures you believe have characteristics comparable to any pair of pilgrims. Compose a short description of each of these two contemporary figures in the style of Chaucer’s “General Prologue.” Then create a dialogue that shows interaction between the two characters, comparable to the style of the links.

1 paragraph is written explaining the two well-known public contemporary figures chosen and what characteristics they share with the pair of pilgrims chosen. 1 18 stanza poem is written (mimicking the General Prologue) for each of the two contemporary figures explaining their character. Lines in the poems match the rhyme scheme found in the prologue

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Indicator/Point Value

Description

Instructor Comments

Indicator: Description is present fully matching the General Prologue sample

Point Value: 35

  • 1 paragraph is written explaining the two well-known public contemporary figures chosen and what characteristics they share with the pair of pilgrims chosen.
  • 1 18 stanza poem is written (mimicking the General Prologue) for each of the two contemporary figures explaining their character.
  • Lines in the poems match the rhyme scheme found in the prologue

Indicator: Dialogue matches the same of the General Prologueand follows requirements for dialogue

Point Value: 35

  • Dialogue is written in a 18 stanza poem mimicking Chaucer’s style
  • Lines of dialogue match the rhyme scheme found in Chaucer’s work
  • Characters respond to one another logically
  • Conversation has a clear beginning, middle, and ending
  • Dialogue is punctuated accurately

Indicator: Essay maintains correct formatting.

Point Value: 15

  • 12-point Arial or Times New Roman font
  • Double spaced
  • One inch margins
  • Submission is in MLA format

Indicator: Essay demonstrates correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

Point Value: 15

  • Writing is free of spelling or word use errors.
  • Writing is free of run-on sentences or sentence fragments.
  • All punctuation is used appropriately.
  • All proper nouns and the beginnings of sentences are capitalized appropriately.
  • All other standard English grammar, punctuation, and spelling rules are followed.
  • Sentences vary in structure between simple, complex, compound, and complex-compound structures.
  • Fully developed paragraphs have a minimum of four – five sentences each.
  • Formal academic voice used (no first person or contractions used)
 
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