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I’m to present a paper on Violence (of various kinds) and Compare and contrast the handling of violence by two authors: Hemingway, The Sun Also Rises (1926) and Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes were Watching God (1937) while Engaging with at least 3 critical sources ( they are provided but if you have critical sources that are easier to work with or better than the ones I provided feel free to use them after consulting me) here are the full prompts: Violence (of various kinds) is a major theme in modernist writing. Compare and contrast the handling of violence by two authors we’ve read. What are the similarities and differences in the way(s) violence is depicted and used in their respective narratives? How does the thematic concern with violence affect the formal properties of each of the novels/short stories? Why, in your opinion, does violence loom so large in the modernist imagination?