Instructions for Paper Two
Write your response to or position regarding the study of language change, with reference to Middle English; translating Middle English (ME) and/or engaging with the ME original in modern editions and/or in medieval manuscripts.
TOPIC: Comment on the political and/or linguistic repercussions (i.e., impact) of biblical translation in the early modern period. You can consider your response to information that is new and/or familiar to you. Examine the Wycliffe, Tyndale, and KJV translations with reference to the following resources: To support your thesis, use one primary resource: (https://www.thehistoryofenglish.com/history_early_modern.html ).
Incorporate claims or information from the below THREE required resources:
“William Tyndale’s New Testament” https://www.bl.uk/collection-items/william-tyndales-new-testament
“The Battle of the Language of the Bible” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmKsBAfFe5o
“Fly in the ointment?: Assessing the influence of the King James Bible (1611)”https://public.oed.com/aspects-of-english/english-in-time/fly-in-the-ointment-assessing-the-influence-of-the-king-james-bible/
The Middle English Dictionary and a modern dictionary may be useful, but dictionaries DO NOT COUNT as one of the resources.
Prepare an analytical paper, not a summary of what the topic is. Any summary or facts that you include in your paper should be there only to support your claims. Summary and facts should be carefully subordinated to your claims. Make sure that you present a thesis for the paper and a thesis (topic sentence) for each paragraph. You want your ideas to be the main focus of your reader’s attention, so your ideas should be more prominent than the summary, paraphrase, or quotations you include in support of your ideas.
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