Analysis of Amanda Character from Adam’s Rib

DiBattista states, “Dames…tend to ignore, when they do not openly mock, traditional notions of respectable femininity” (9). Apply the quote to the character of Amanda in the film, “Adam’s Rib”. You DO NOT need to write an introduction and conclusion. Just apply the quote in four paragraphs. Follow the guidelines below: Your answer should include: • 2 fast-talking dame characteristics; • 2 specific scene examples; • explanation of how each scene illustrates the quote. • You may use the character Doris as a point of comparison.

Rubric (A+)100 = Synthesis and analysis: Shows thoughtfulness and independent thinking by developing response beyond lecture, readings, discussion.; Two specific and relevant examples are cited; Explanations that support the answer are thoughtful and articulate in 4 paragraphs.

(A) = Understanding: Shows a clear understanding of the material presented in lecture, readings, discussion.; Two specific and relevant examples are cited; Explanations that support the answer are thoughtful and articulate in 4 paragraphs.

(B) = Memorization and repetition: Shows the ability to correctly REPEAT the basic material as presented in lecture, readings, discussion.; Two examples are cited; Explanations that support the answer are UNCLEAR in 3-4 paragraphs.

(C) = Awareness: Shows some familiarity with course material but does not accurately refer to material from lecture, readings, discussion.; One example is cited; Explanations that support the answer are UNCLEAR in 3 paragraphs.

(D) = Effort: Attempted work but does not demonstrate a basic awareness of material from lecture, readings, discussion; One example is cited; Explanations are underdeveloped in 2 paragraphs

(E) <30 Lack of Effort: Attempted work. Does not address material from lecture, readings, discussion; No

 
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