Well, it's a bit of a challenge to come up with a title, not having read the essays ... and especially as I haven't read either of the two works your analysis essay is about. I tend to use wordplay, unless it's inappropriate: "Springing Off the Fences" would be an example. But your essay (and professor) may be too serious for that. The best thing is often to go with a brief description of what the essay is meant to accomplish: "A Comparative Analysis of the Use of Metaphor in the Collected Works of Dr. Seuss," for example. I'm not sure what you're comparing in the two works you are dealing with, so adjust accordingly.
The second one is a little easier. "Habitat for Jamaica"; "Building Up Jamaica"; "To Make a Jamaica Home" (and if you really wanted to get cute, "Jamaican Me a Home" -- but only if your instructor has a sense of humor).
This is the best I can do without having read the essays. Hope it helps!