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Extended written response for a public audience Essay Writing

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Added on: 2023-02-25 06:27:21
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Write a literary essay for an online public audience that analyses and compares the representation of a key speculative or futuristic science fiction concept across the TV series ‘Stranger Things' (Season 1), and a science fiction short story by one of the listed 20th Century writers. 

Choose a short story from one of the following science fiction writers: H G Wells, Arthur

C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, or Ursula K Le Guin

Assume your public audience will be well-versed in the literature of traditional science fiction.

Focus your comparative analysis by choosing from the following speculative or futuristic science fiction elements:

  • The influence of science and future technology
  • Fear of a controlling body or state
  • Space and travel
  • Monsters, mutants and aliens
  • Alternate dimensions of time and place
  • Relationships between humans and with other world beings

To complete this task you will:

  • contribute to ongoing, informed and public conversations about representations in science fiction texts, particularly across different time periods
  • compare speculative and futuristic concepts in each of the two texts to devise a thesis statement or contention
  • develop this across your text, dedicating equal analysis to each text and supporting your perspective with evidence from both
  • position the reader to consider the representations in particular ways and in relation to one another
  • engage the reader by using a range of creative, reflective and persuasive textual features appropriate to an online essay (see scaffold).
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