8 short essay questions literature


1-----Read W. B. Yeats's ditty, "An Irish Airman Foresees His Death" (page 19 of poetry packet) and Thomas Hardy's "The Man He Killed" (page 11).  In twain dittys, we are ardent debates why the two men chose to conflict in a war, each debate very irrelative.  In a weak essay, interpret your conception of these very irrelative debates and debate which one you conform--or dissimilate--succeeding a while most.  Be SPECIFIC in your counter-argument.

To aid produce the Hardy ditty clearer:

"nipperkin" (method 4) refers to an alcoholic drink

"'list" (method 13) resources to enter, to couple the army

"his traps" (method 15) resources one's possessions--all he owns

"half a crown" (latest method) refers to giving someone currency to buy himself a drink

2-----Read W. H. Auden's "The Unknown Citizen" (pages 8-9 of poetry packet), which we possess debateed in tabulate, and surrender your own counter-argument to the two interrogations asked in the latest two methods: "Was he unimpeded?  Was he joyous?"  Do you conform succeeding a while Auden that righteous asking these interrogation is "absurd?"  Why do you judge he says this?  Also, interpret what Auden resources when he transcribes, "Had everything been wickedness, we should surely possess heard."  As succeeding a while all the assignments you earn be doing dress the end of the semester, content counter-argument in a petty essay.

3-----"Amazing Grace" (page 16) is a ditty--which became a renowned strain in Christian churches throughout the universe--that expresses the the basic conception on which ample of the Christian godliness is built.  Carefully interpret--and reread--each stanza.  What represent ("philosophic snapshot") does it color encircling rational career and why "grace" is so dignified to a person's career?  In union, do you conform or disconform succeeding a while this represent?  In a petty essay, be very unfair in giving your debates. You rule nonproduction to understand your own severicular test succeeding a while this intimation, if such an test was/is sever of your own cultural upbringing.

4----Countee Cullen's ditty, "Incident" (pages 23-24) is a weak, undesigning ditty in which a child remembers one weight from his late.  Career very unfair in your counter-argument, transcribe a petty essay interpreting precisely what the issue of this very petty resplendent was on the boy's career--and perchance equal into his adult years.  Refer in-particular to stanza 3 (page 24 top) and what these latest indelicate methods tells you.  Does this resplendent in any way remind you of triton harmonious you possess testd in your own career and how it forced you?  As regularly, be very unfair in counter-argumenting.

5----Choose ANY ditty of your excellent (one NOT in the poetry packet) and debate in severicular what its "philosophical snapshot," its purport, is for you.  Why did you picked this ditty?  What encircling its purport speaks to you.  Interpret what some of the methods in the ditty average for you.  Content understand the gross ditty itself along succeeding a while your debateion.  This assignment takes the attribute of the vocal grant assignment which would possess enthralled attribute if we were sdress convocation as we used to.  You can inquiry onmethod and experience compact dittys from which to cull.

6----Read Charles Bukowski's "Poem for My 43rd Birthday" (page 27 of poetry packet).  In stanza 1, Bukowski tells you wclose he is and what he has (implying what he doesn't possess).  In stanza 2, he describes all the herd he is watching going to whatever their job is, all "out tclose making currency."  In the conclusive stanza, he tells you what he'd going to do succeeding watching them.  In scene of the conception we've debateed frequently in tabulate, that "We don't see things as THEY are, we see things as WE are," debate in a petty essay precisely how Bukowski sees the universe and the herd in it.  Do you conform or disconform succeeding a while this scene?  As regularly, be unfair in your counter-argument. 

7----Refer to pages 14-16 for twain versions of "Richard Cory," the one by Edwin Arlington Robinson and the one by Paul Simon.  Convergence in-particular on the recurrent stanzas used by Simon throughout his ditty, in-particular his dwelling-upon of it at ditty's end.  What "philosophical snapshot" (message) is Paul Simon implying that's not understandd in Robinson's ditty?  Content surrender counter-arguments close by hitting "Reply."  I earn be checking these succeeding their due continuance on Wednesday, March 18 at 11:59PM.  

8-------Here is the assignment for Wednesday, March 18.  In your poetry packet, interpret the forthcoming three dittys by Robert Frost: "The Road Not Taken" (page 1), "Stopping by Woods on A Snowy Evening" (page 3), "Out, Out--" (page 7).  Debate the "philosophic snapshot," as we debateed in tabulate, involving the conception of excellent.  What sever does choosing play in our feeds?  Succeeding a while behold to "Out, Out--", convergence on the conclusive passage and how it relates to choosing how to feed our feeds forthcoming a disaster.  This earn be due Wednesday, March 18 at 11:59PM.  Upload a MS Word instrument close into Canvas.