How to Write about Africa,” a song by Kendrick Lamar. Advance a specific and debatable thesis on the topic of colonialism or imperialism by comparing the works by your two authors.

A clear thesis statement that follows the guidelines of a point-by-point, five- or six-paragraph comparison essay that includes three clear assertions about the texts.Well-introduced and integrated quotations from your primary text – with parenthetical citations for direct quotations. (Kincaid 3), (Orwell 14), (Lamar lines 120-27)A well-balanced discussion that gives equal attention to each of your selected textsUnified body paragraphsA concluding paragraph that summarizes your argumentsClear sentences. Your essay should be proofread and edited to catch errors (grammar, word choice, and spelling)
1. Colonialism and ImperialismPick two of the following works: Jamaica Kincaid’s “On Seeing England for the First Time,” George Orwell’s “Shooting an Elephant,” Chimamanda Adichie’s “The Danger of a Single Story,” Binyavanga Wainaina’s “How to Write about Africa,” a song by Kendrick Lamar. Advance a specific and debatable thesis on the topic of colonialism or imperialism by comparing the works by your two authors. Consider the following questions: What do their unique perspectives illuminate about the topic? How might they be read together in order to understand the topic deeper? How might one respond to the other? How might one text be used as a “lens” to understand the other? Engage not just with the argument but the tone, form, and persuasive techniques.