Is he capable of self-acceptance and joy?

Remember the second essay is due November 2nd. The essay should be approximately 750 words in length, and it should be typed and double spaced. Use formal essay structure (introduction, body, and conclusion). Also, the essay must be in twelve-point size and Times New Roman font. Remember to provide a heading (student name, professor name, course, date) in the upper left corner. A title must be in the center just above the introduction. And each page number should be preceded by your last name in the upper right corner.
The essay should be an analysis of some aspect of episodes four through six of Lovecraft Country.
You are required to find and incorporate two secondary research sources for this assignment (and at least one of them must be from an academic database), and to cite your sources (both with in-text citations and with a works cited page).
Follow MLA guidelines. Dictionaries, encyclopedias, and social media do not count toward the research credit, and Wikipedia is a banned source.
Be sure to submit your essay to the appropriate folder in Assignments on D2L.
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“A History of Violence,” the title of episode 4, suggests the ways in which history has been written and how often the official record may be wrong. Analyze some examples of this throughout the episode.

Analyze Yahima’s representation as a two-spirit character in episode 4.

Analyze Montrose’s journey in episodes 4 and 5. What has led to his repression and self-hatred, and how does he project those feelings onto others? Is he capable of self-acceptance and joy?

In episode 6, titled “Meet Me in Daegu,” we learn about some of Tic’s experiences in the Korean War. How have they shaped whom he has become?