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Izaguirre 1Lavinia IzaguirreENGL-2331-20Z1Mrs. White18 Nov 2018Discussion Questions: Death in Venice1.This novella was written in 1912. What was Europe like at that time? What kinds of comments are made about Europe at the beginning of the story?2.What kind of person is Aschenbach? What is his personal history?3.How is Aschenbach affected by the man in the cemetery? Who is this man? What does he represent?4.Why does Aschenbach decide to leave Munich? Aschenbach decides to leave to Venice because he takes a long stroll around the city of Munich, sees a man at the cemetery which inspired him to travel. 5.Is it important that this story takes place in Venice? What kind of place is Venice? Is its geographic location significant in any way?6.In what ways does the novella comment on the idea of art and the artist? 7.This novella is filled with allusions to classical and Christian culture. Find at least three of these allusions. Look up some of these references in a good encyclopedia or online andexplain their significance. What is the effect of these allusions?
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