It is a term paper, I need to finish this final paper by Mar 15, but this paper is broken to 4 part for grade, I was finished the first part, so I need a writer to help me to finish the next 3 part, I want to choose the area of Louvre Palace, for this paper, and now I need the writer to finish the second part first, it is due on Feb 21. This part is Literature survey, the requirement is “web search (e.g. Google Scholar), library search, a preliminary bibliography with at least a 1-sentence summary of each item, ideally a paragraph summarizing what is and isn’t known about the project and its designers,” around 1-2 Page. After you finished this part I need you to keep going with the paper, and the first draft is due on Mar 8, After that is the final paper which due on Mar 15, I want the writer is serious and responsible to this paper, that needs to grade by each part, and it is a continuing work, I will send to you a lecture case study ppt for showing you what is my professor want in this paper. Thank you!
I can hire you by 1 time and you finish all the 3 part on time (by 3 different due date!), then I will give you the total price, Thank you!
• 8-10 pages, 11 or 12 point type, 1.5 spacing, MS Word-readable, plus illustrations and
• This paper is testing research and writing skills, including factual accuracy, spelling,
grammar, and argumentation.
• Reference your paper: cite where your information has come from using in-text
references or endnotes. Use proper footnote form. If you are in doubt about the conventions of
scholarly writing, see guides like the Chicago Manual of Style (available as a book or on-line at
http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/ search.html; try running “Chicago Manual of Style”
through Google) or the MLA guide (see http://old.lib.ucdavis.edu/hss/mlastyle/mla.html).
• Include captions saying what the illustrations are of—name of the designer and/or
client (if known), the name of the building, its date, with one sentence explaining how each
illustration supports your fndings.
▪ Avoid subtitles—a short paper like this doesn’t need them.