Paper Options: You will be given options in terms of paper lengths and maximum points.
“Gotta Have It” – Five (5) full pages, MLA format, three sources (minimum) = 100 points
“Love It” – Three (3) full pages, MLA format, three sources (minimum) = 85 points
“Like Have It” – Three (3) full pages, MLA format, three sources (minimum) = 75 points
STEP ONE: READ ALL OF THF DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY!!!!
STEP TWO: Choose one (1) of the following topics: [Gilgamesh] 1. Friendship is frequently a theme used by writers to reveal character. Examine how the theme of friendship reveals character in the relationship between Gilgamesh and Enkidu.
2. Consider the genre of The Epic of Gilgamesh. What about it makes it an epic? Are there aspects that are unusual in an epic? How does it compare to other epics (The Iliad, The Aeneid, or The Divine Comedy)?
[Old Testament: Genesis] 3. Consider the role of free will in Genesis. How is it important? Do the characters understand their ability to choose good or evil? How was free will exercised?
[The Iliad] 4. Is Achilles’ anger a virtue or a vice, as presented in The Iliad?
[Oedipus the King] 5 . Oedipus blames Apollo for bringing his sorrow to contemplation but clearly the act of putting out his eyes was his own. Certainly there is a sense that Oedipus does not deserve his fate, but what, then, is he responsible for?
[The Aeneid] 5. Do humans have free will? Are they doomed to a certain course of action? Are they able to change their fate? 6. Does Aeneas change over the course of the work? In what important ways does he develop, or remain firm?
[the New Testament] 7. Compare and contrast the writing styles presented in at least two of the Gospels (Mark, Luke, Matthew, or John.). paying particular attention to the vocabulary, the use of literary devices (e.g., metaphor, parable), and the intended audience.
[The Qur’an] 7. Compare the Qur’an and Hebrew Bible accounts on one of the following, noting the structural, contextual, and stylistic differences: the account of Moses and……..