Homework _30, English 102

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Homework #30 page 1 of 6 Homework #30 Name: ___________________ Time: ___________________ For each of the quotations below, note any words that you don’t understand, then use a dictionary to look them up. Then provide a paraphrase of the quotation, being sure that your paraphrase clearly expresses the key point of the quotation, even if that requires you to consider the sentences before and after the quotation. Then give an example—from history, from fiction or film, from your life, or one you just make up—that illustrates the point that Walker Percy is making. Finally, for five of the ten quotations, find a quotation from another writer we have read this semester that you think speaks to (in agreement or disagreement) Percy’s words. Include the quotation, along with the name of the writer and the page number. “The highest point, the term of the sightseer’s satisfaction, is not the sovereign discovery of the thing before him; it is rather the measuring up of the thing to the criterion of the
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