Study guide for HUM 211 midterm 2

Study guide for HUM 211 midterm 2 - Study guide for HUM 211...

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Study guide for HUM 211 Midterm 2 The basics : You should know the names and authors of the texts that you’ve read You should know the names and a few important characteristics of the cultures in which these texts were initially written and received You should be able to say something about the relationship between the culture and the text You should know the basic plot or situation, the main characters or speakers, and the issues, values, or conflicts that the text presents You should be able to make comparisons among texts based on similarities or differences in these basic plots or situations, the main characters or speakers, and the relevant issues, values, or conflicts Terms : You should be familiar with these terms and their definitions: autobiography beatitudes canto contrapasso courtly love crisis didactic episodic estates satire exemplum fabliaux frame narrative homo viator lai lyric misogyny original sin portrait Ptolemaic cosmology romance sura terza rima typology vernacular Form of the exam : Part I will contain questions requiring short answers, including lists, definitions, explanations, matching, and brief comparisons. o
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course HUM 211 taught by Professor Kwezner during the Spring '08 term at Murray State KY.

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