Instructions: Write a 750-900 word, expository essay that answers the following question: How do any one or more of the three pieces of literature (Hollowell, Baraka, and/or O’Connor) we have worked with thus far this semester embody (i.e., represent) our present-day world? Composition Content Requirements: Your work should include the following A minimum of two and a maximum of four citations from the text or texts your essay examines. A decisive and definitive answer to the assignment’s primary query. Your work should adhere to all MLA citation and reference protocols, including proper in-text citation and works cited guidelines. If you are unsure of how to properly cite the texts you are working with, please use the following link for reference: Purdue OWL Formatting Requirements: Title: Your essay must have a title; Length: 750-900 words; Font: Times New Roman; Spacing: Double; Margins: One inch on all sides; File Type: MS Word or PDF.