You should: . 1) Choose one of the two topics listed below. . 2) Engage with relevant themes and ideas from the lectures and tutorial discussions. . 3) Cite your sources by employing either Harvard, MLA, or Chicago documentation style. Additional research, beyond the relevant chapter from Bennett and Royle, is not required but optional. If you do undertake additional research, this could include further readings of scholarly research of your own. . 4) Organize the analysis around a central augmenter “thesis” and provide textual evidence to support its claims. . 5) Employ an appropriate writing style with minimal spelling, grammatical, or other errors. . 6) Word limit is 1000 words . 7) Attached the Marking Criteria. The quotations given before each question below are only there to guide you; you do not need to employ them if they are not relevant to your argument. You are encouraged to use additional textual examples to support your claims. “Some things go. Pass on. Some things just stay. I used to think it was my rememory. You know. Some things you forget. Other things you never do. But it's not. Places, places are still there. If a house burns down, it's gone, but the place—the picture of it—stays, and not just in my rememory, but out there, in the world. What I remember is a picture floating around out there outside my head. I mean, even if I don't think it, even if I die, the picture of what I did, or knew, or saw is still out there. Right in the place where it happened” (43). “As long as the ghost showed out from its ghostly place shaking stuff, crying, smashing and such—Ella respected it. But if it took flesh and came in her world, well, the shoe was on the other foot. She didn't mind a little communication between the two worlds, but this was an invasion” (302). Engaging with relevant ideas from the “Racial Difference” chapter, as well as either “Ghosts” or “The Uncanny” in Bennett and Royle, answer the following question: How does Morrison’s representation of the ghost in Beloved challenge racial hierarchies?