This is a paper that requires the student to discuss what are the stages does Phil go through to gain his liberation?. The paper also provides additional information to use in the writing of the assignment paper. Below is the assessment description to follow:
What are the stages does Phil go through to gain his liberation?
Write an essay of 5-7 pages that demonstrates engagement with the assigned material from class since the midterm, including D.T. Suzuki, Alexander Lowen, the short stories where appropriate, Pema Chodron, and/or T.S. Eliot.
Your task is to write an interpretation and analysis of the film Ground Hog Day as a story of enlightenment. What are the stages does Phil go through to gain his liberation? What is the key moment in his awakening? Be sure to draw on the assigned readings from class to help you develop your analysis. Do a careful, “close reading” of the film. This means you can’t be too specific. Develop your discussion by focusing in on specific examples—key moments–from the film. Explain what you mean and why you believe your “key moment” is essential to understanding the character’s development.
Please follow MLA formatting. MLA documentation and style sheet guidelines can be found easily and quickly: google “OWL Purdue MLA” and you will find the ideal site for help with formatting. Formatting includes proper citation of quoted material as well as formatting, font size, margins, and so on.
Remember, ensure that the pages are exclusive of the cover and the reference pages. Also, ensure that you include all the references you use in finding research for this assignment paper. References should be at least three for the paper. All references, citation, and writing should follow the MLA formatting and styling guidelines. Finally, ensure you focus on the assignment topic in detail.
Ensure that you follow the instructions provided keenly. Marking of the assignment is on how you do the task and how you submit the assignment too. In case of any question feel free to ask your instructor for more guidelines before doing the assignment.