Choose one of the following prompts and write a comparative essay. Your essay should be at least 750 words and follow the formatting guidelines for all our essays and papers in this course. Any quotes or paraphrased content from the readings (or outside research, if you choose to use it), must be properly cited in text and in a reference list at the end of your document.
Compare and contrast Defoe’s and Woolf’s arguments and assumptions about women.
How are their arguments similar?
How are they different?
Consider, as you compare their arguments, how they use the elements of writing (tone, structure, theme, point of view) to make their point.