The period we discussed this week is one full of mythology in our national memory , ranging from Christopher Columbus discovering the New World to the Pilgrims settling Plymouth in the name of religious liberty. Discuss one of the myths discussed in class this week – what is the myth, what is the ‘real story’, and why was the myth more appealing than the truth for so many years?

750 words – about a page and a half

12 point Times New Roman font

Standard margins – double-spaced

Use citations for ideas that aren’t yours

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/01/

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The period we discussed this week is one full of mythology in our national memory , ranging from Christopher Columbus discovering the New World to the Pilgrims settling Plymouth in the name of religious liberty. Discuss one of the myths discussed in class this week – what is the myth, what is the ‘real story’, and why was the myth more appealing than the truth for so many years?

750 words – about a page and a half

12 point Times New Roman font

Standard margins – double-spaced

Use citations for ideas that aren’t yours

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/01/

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