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Song lyrics, like poems, are works of literature. In fact, Bob Dylan received the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature for his song lyrics, which are excellent content-wise and stylistically. Module 3 features two of such highly-praised works (“Blowing’ in the Wind” and “The Times They Are A-Changin’ “), other widely-admired song lyrics (“Stand by Me,” ” Imagine,” “In My Life, “Where Is the Love,” “All of Me, ” and “Just the Way You Are”), and three famous poems (“To His Coy Mistress, ” “The Fish,” and “On the Pulse of Morning”). Please read them all aloud and analytically and then in your initial post make a case for your favorite song lyric/poem among them.
It is highly recommended that you decide to write an explication or a theme analysis of your selected poem/song lyric. After carefully reading and understanding the poem/song lyric fully, one of the ways for you to do so is to state the theme or the intended message at the end of the introduction and then prove it with textual evidence followed by thorough analyses. For further insights, check out the two sample poem explication essays within the Useful Resources page. However, feel free to do something different than an explication, such as focussing your claim on the major takeaways from the literary work, its historical significance, or its greatness. Regardless of what you decide to do, your essay should be convincing—-well-supported by evidence combined with thorough analyses. While embarking on this analytical adventure, consider connecting with an NSCC writing tutor and/or me remotely for further assistance. By the way, attach the final publish of your essay to this dropbox by the deadline (08/20/2022)