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NOTE TO SELF: REMEMBER THE AUTHOR’S NAMES Study Guide, Final Exam, French50:Language of Love The final will have the same format as the midterm. Each section will just be a bit longer. The final is not cumulative. That is, you will not be tested on the texts assigned before the midterm. You will be tested only on the Girard and the Flaubert. That doesn’t mean, however, that you shouldn’t bring up any of the texts assigned before the midterm, if doing so helps you formulate a question or clarify a point. René Girard, “’Triangular’ Desire” (the first chapter ofDeceit, Desire, and the Novel) Who, according to Girard, is the “mediator” of Don Quixote’s desire? What does “mediator” mean, as Girard uses the word here? In most works of fiction, is desire represented as mediated/imitative, according to Girard, or is it “portrayed as a simple straight line”? What geometric figure does Girard oppose to the simple straight line as a “spatial metaphor” for the way desire really works? -Don Quixote is the guy who dresses up as a medieval knight after reading books about knights?
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-Mediator desire as opposed to what desire?
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