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11111Reflective Journal For this journal entry, reflect on your answer to one of the Week One Discussion One questions reproduced below; you might either elaborate on your initial response, or reflect on how and why your thoughts have developed this month. Your entry should incorporate at...

11109For this activity, you will find and synthesize definitions of drama and comedy that will help you to prepare for the drama section of the final exam. We’ll be organizing and sharing what we find. 1. Find a source through the library...

11108Respond to one of the following sets of questions. Refer to specific passages from the play in your response. Does Oedipus have a "tragic flaw"? Does he have a character trait, or does he make a mistake, that leads to his fall? Is anything revealed about...

11107Respond to one of the following sets of questions. Refer to specific passages from the play in your response. Identify an example of foreshadowing in Oedipus the King. Is this foreshadowing ironic? Explain. Pick one line or short passage from Oedipus the King that struck you...

11106Respond to one of the following sets of questions. Refer to specific passages from the play in your response. Identify and explain an example of irony in the play Trifles. What type of irony does this seem to be? (You might refresh your memory by looking...

11091Week Three Reflective Journal Instructions We will be using the journal throughout the course to reflect on our learning. In addition to the following required entries, you're welcome to submit optional open-topic entries. Feel free to copy and paste the prompt you're addressing at the top...

11090Week Three Discussion 5: Poetry Reflection For this discussion, please read “The Art of (Reading) Poetry” in the textbook (761-8) and “Poets on Poetry” in the following link: http://www.poetsgraves.co.uk/poets_on_poetry.htm. Respond to one of the following sets of questions. Refer to specific poems in your response. 1. Comment on...

11089Week Three Discussion 4: Sonnets Pick one of the sonnets listed below and try to answer the following questions about it: • Does it follow the English or Italian sonnet form, some combination of both, or some other form entirely? • Does it have a "turn"? Where does the...

11061We will be using the journal throughout the course to reflect on our learning. In addition to the following required entries, you're welcome to submit optional open-topic entries. Feel free to copy and paste the prompt you're addressing at the top of your journal...

11060For this discussion, please read “The Negro Speaks of Rivers,” “Musee des Beaux Arts,” “The Flea,” “Still-Life,” and “Ode to a Grecian Urn.” Respond to one of the following sets of questions. Refer to specific passages from the poems in your response. Read John Donne's poem "The...