Discuss and develop a position on freedom and/or the meaning of life

1-I need the essay with simple vocabulary like how international students write
2- I don’t need grammar mistakes
3- I dont need the subject to be diffecult to understand like talking about politics or many names

This is what my professor needs :

Due: Friday, February 21, emailed to LisaMarieRivero@gmail.com

Length & Format: 3-5 double-spaced pages

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Documentation Style: APA, MLA, or Chicago

Assignment: Write a persuasive essay that discusses and develops a position on freedom and/or the meaning of life. You should state your position clearly, and you should support your position by synthesizing evidence from these sources:

1. At least one of our class texts (including movies and video, see list below),
2. Your own experience or outside reading/viewing.

Use this assignment as a way to discover for yourself what you think about these topics, and develop your reasons and questions in such a way that you show you understand the complexity of the issues and the opposing viewpoints.

Texts and Videos to Fulfill Class Text Requirement

<!“[if !supportLists]“> The Shawshank Redemption<!“[if !supportLists]“> Cloud Atlas<!“[if !supportLists]“> Plato’s Allegory of the Cave<!“[if !supportLists]“> œMending Wall, by Robert Frost<!“[if !supportLists]“> œIn Another Country, by Ernest Hemingway<!“[if !supportLists]“> œA Hemingway Story, by Andre Dubus<!“[if !supportLists]“> œThe Semplica-Girl Diaries, by George Saunders<!“[if !supportLists]“> œHarlem, by Langston Hughes (http://www.poetryfoundation.org/archive/poem.html?id=175884)
<!“[if !supportLists]“> Dan Ariely on œAre we in control of our own decisions? (http://www.ted.com/talks/dan_ariely_asks_are_we_in_control_of_our_own_decisions.html)
<!“[if !supportLists]“> Philip Zimbardo on œThe Psychology of Evil (http://www.ted.com/talks/philip_zimbardo_on_the_psychology_of_evil.html)

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