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Quiz Death in VeniceKim DouglasOnline Humanities1.Apollo is the god of reason and rationality and shaping form. Give examples of the ‘Apollonian’ in the description of Aschenbach and other parts of the narrative.2.Dionysus is the god of passion and excess. Give examples of the ‘Dionysian’ in the narrative.3.What could the painted old man represent?4.“And with courteous words and astutely wooing jests, Socrates taught Phaidros about desire and virtue.” What is the importance of this line?5.What are the images of death in the story? 6.What are the images of the ‘unheimlich’ (uncanny)?