Place your order now for a similar assignment and have exceptional work written by our team of experts, At affordable rates
These are the instructions given by my professor.
“Victor writes about witnessing a childhood incident in India where a mother presses sugar into a young girl’s cut lip to stop the bleeding. Sugar on the gash. Describing how this facilitates debridement — ‘the removal of dead tissue and foreign objects from the site of a wound’ — Victor asserts that poetic acts of debridement can occur at the woundings in our histories, so that ‘the scene of recitation becomes the scene of wounding, and subsequently, and importantly, the scene of rescue.’” – Jenny Bhatt (NPR)
For your final exam, I would like you to reflect on how both works of Rankine and Victor can be seen as ‘poetic acts of debridement’ so that the scene of wounding can become ‘the scene of rescue’. Use at least a minimum of 2 quotes (not paraphrases) from each source (for a total of 4) to support your analysis. Clearly mark your thesis with an *.
The sources are Curb by Divya Victor: pp. 1 – 59. ( book or ebook)
and excerpt from Citizen, by Claudia Rankine (posted below)
this is my final exam and I really need an A.