The buddha of suburbia and white teeth
To fulfill the requirements of this assignment, please answer the related questions below. You will need to read one primary text for this assignment: Anna Wille’s “‘Born and Bred, Almost’—Mimicry As a Humorous Strategy in Zadie Smith’s White Teeth and Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia.” This source is available in the Week 16 Module on our EC Learn page. Please include direct quotations (phrases, words, or full sentences) in your answer and please reference page numbers.
- For example, if you have a quotation from page 455 in Wille’s, you will need to note the page number like this: (Wille 455). .
Do not exceed five sentences of reasonable length in your answer and take the time to write clearly and efficiently. Please type your answers into this document and upload your final draft on EC Learn. I will not accept hand-written answers. This assignment is worth twenty (20) points.
Each of you has the ability to do well on this assignment. The challenge here is to integrate ideas from each text into your answer seamlessly. You do not have much space to work with in this assignment. Every word in every sentence counts. (Remember one important thing: quotations from your primary texts count towards the five-sentence limit.) Take your time with this assignment. Give yourself about ten (10) total hours to complete it.
You will need to create an accurate MLA (8th edition) citation for Anna Wille’s “‘Born and Bred, Almost’—Mimicry As a Humorous Strategy in Zadie Smith’s White Teeth and Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia.” This citation will be worth five (5) of the total twenty (20) available points.
Why did Anna Wille give her essay the title “‘Born and Bred, Almost’—Mimicry As a Humorous Strategy in Zadie Smith’s White Teeth and Hanif Kureishi’s The Buddha of Suburbia”? How is this title relevant to the argument she wants to make about Kureishi’s and Smith’s books?