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Evaluation will take into account the quality of the thesis

This 3-5 page, double-spaced essay will respond to a prompt examining class readings from the first half of the
semester. Prompts will be distributed one week prior to the due date. You may refer to your texts, but unless citing a direct quotation, please close the text before writing so that you avoidunintentional plagiarism. The purpose of the essay is to give you the opportunity to reflect on the class material and to synthesize it. Evaluation will take into account the quality of the thesis
statement, the use of evidence, logical organizatibcion of ideas, clarity of prose

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Be sure to support your argument with cogent analysis of specific examples from all relevant texts.

Montaigne’s three essays “To the Readers,” of cannibals,” and “of the inconsistency of our Actions” Illuminate the difficulty of achieving total self-knowledge and/ or self-mastery.
In an organized essay demonstrate how Montaigne attempts to overcome this difficulty.
Be sure to support your argument with cogent analysis of specific examples from all relevant texts.
Please inclubcide Of the Inconsistency of our actions.

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What is the most striking thing to you about the story or style?

General Directions for this feature: You will give evidence of having read the texts. To accomplish this instead of quizzes, you will submit for the day before a reading is set to be discussed, a written “Quote and Question”; question/response for possible discussion. These can be leaders (introduce topics we have not discussed before, but which you have noticed); or follow-ups from preceding sessions; they can be questions, statements, clarifications, definitions. Quote(s) (give page number/cite lines, if poetry); see How to quote verse why you chose those particular quote. An observation, or a flagging of something (for instance) about the way the author uses language/tells the story, etc. What is the most striking thing to you about the story or style? What question(s) do you have about this story for our class? This will be the general pattern for this requirement.
Readibcing – Sea of Poppies Ch7-15

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What question(s) do you have about this story for our class?

General Directions for this feature: You will give evidence of having read the texts. To accomplish this instead of quizzes, you will submit for the day before a reading is set to be discussed, a written “Quote and Question”; question/response for possible discussion. These can be leaders (introduce topics we have not discussed before, but which you have noticed); or follow-ups from preceding sessions; they can be questions, statements, clarifications, definitions. Quote(s) (give page number/cite lines, if poetry); see How to quote verse why you chose those particular quote. An observation, or a flagging of something (for instance) about the way the author uses language/tells the story, etc. What is the most striking thing to you about the story or style? What question(s) do you have about this story for our class? This will be the general pattern for this requirement.
Readibcing – Sea of Poppies Ch7-15

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World literature

Please inclubcide of the inconsistency of our actions.

Montaigne’s three essays “To the Readers,” of cannibals,” and “of the inconsistency of our Actions” Illuminate the difficulty of achieving total self-knowledge and/ or self-mastery.
In an organized essay demonstrate how Montaigne attempts to overcome this difficulty.
Be sure to support your argument with cogent analysis of specific examples from all relevant texts.
Please inclubcide Of the Inconsistency of our actions.

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World literature

Demonstrate

The French Revolution is often considered a crucial event in the advent
of modern society. Although she was very bloody, she initially relied on
modern ideas put forward by the philosophers of the Enlightenment (ie. Voltaire, Rousseau,
Montesquieu, Diderot, Locke…). Demonstrate
the link between Enlightenment thought and the searbcich for a fairer society when
Revolution.

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World literature

What aspects of the english in sea of poppies strike you as creating “estrangement”?

General Directions for this feature: You will give evidence of having read the texts. To accomplish this instead of quizzes, you will submit for the day before a reading is set to be discussed, a written “Quote and Question”; question/response for possible discussion. These can be leaders (introduce topics we have not discussed before, but which you have noticed); or follow-ups from preceding sessions; they can be questions, statements, clarifications, definitions. Quote(s) (give page number/cite lines, if poetry); see How to quote verse why you chose those particular quote. An observation, or a flagging of something (for instance) about the way the author uses language/tells the story, etc. What is the most striking thing to you about the story or style? What question(s) do you have about this story for our class? This will be the general pattern for this requirement. The reading for this assignment is ‘Half of a Yellow Sun” – 4 Can a writer create human stories and make distant readers care about the history of a distant country? How does language mediate this proximity/distance? “The Past is another country, they do things differently there.”–Priestly. Write about whatever you choose, but this is my main concern. No need for format, just text is okay since its a discussion post 🙂
What aspects of the English in Sea of Poppies strike you as creating “estrangement”?
Topics discussed in class: Global Migration and linguistic transmigrations
Boobcik: The Sea of Poppies – Chapter 1-6

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What distinction would you make between the definitions of ‘tragedy’ from classical greece’ perspective and modern-day use of the word?

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1. What distinction would you make between the definitions of ‘tragedy’ from classical Greece’ perspective and modern-day use of the word?
2. Who is the tragic hero or heroin in Antigone? and Why ? What is his/her tragic flaw?
3. In what ways do the issues raisbcied in this play resonate in today’s society?

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Voltaire, rousseau,

The French Revolution is often considered a crucial event in the advent
of modern society. Although she was very bloody, she initially relied on
modern ideas put forward by the philosophers of the Enlightenment (ie. Voltaire, Rousseau,
Montesquieu, Diderot, Locke…). Demonstrate
the link between Enlightenment thought and the searbcich for a fairer society when
Revolution.

Categories
World literature

What is his/her tragic flaw?

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1. What distinction would you make between the definitions of ‘tragedy’ from classical Greece’ perspective and modern-day use of the word?
2. Who is the tragic hero or heroin in Antigone? and Why ? What is his/her tragic flaw?
3. In what ways do the issues raisbcied in this play resonate in today’s society?