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. n ID N0.:_ ...-~---W'-"‘" Section No.: CVSP 201 Final Examination
Sections 5, 11, 8: 12 KAREN PINTO
American University of Beirut
2004-01-21 **"‘DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME ON THE EXAM!!!
*“ONLY YOUR ID NO. 8: SECTION NO.!!! Section I WHEEL OF FORTUNE 20 min. (30 pts.) Part A: Fill in the Blank 10 min. (15 pts. Just like the final quiz in Wheel of Fortune, you will be given the vowels, and
you will need to fill-in—the-blanks with consonants in order to complete the
word. A E I O U
FIFTEEN POINTS will be given for the successful completion of this word, 0 I I O_____OO_ Part B: Define the Word 10 min. (15 pts.) Provide a deﬁnition for this word. Who’s work does this word occur in? Why?
What does this say about the work? FIFTEEN POINTS will be given for the successful completion of this word, I ID N0.: Section N0.:
DEFINITIONS 30 mins. (30 points total; 10 points each.) Deﬁne THREE of the foilowing 5 words in one paragraph each. Mention the
name of the book in which they occur. Who is the author?
Tell me whose work they c0me from. i) Eudaimonia
iii) Dido iv) Eugenics v) Aomos Section III LONG Essay 60 mins. (40 points) Use the remainder of your time to write a creative and imaginative essay on
ONE of the topics below. “*KEEP IN MIND THAT THIS ESSAY COUNTS FOR MORE POINTS THAN ANYTHING ELSE in this exam!!! So do not short—change
yourself on time to complete this essay. 1) This semester we studied classic philosophies that form the foundation of our
society. Explain how parts of these philosophies are reflected in you and in modern society. (DISCUSS AT LEAST TWO DIFFERENT PHILOSOPHIES) *II-ORIHI- 2) Discuss the role that "the fantasic” plays in AT LEAST ONE EPIC. (You may
if you wish pick more than one.) Explain how fantastic elements are used to
draw in the reader? Good Luck ;-> *“NOTE THAT YOU HAVE UNTIL MIDNIGHT OF June 6th, 2004 TO
COMPLETE YOUR WEB-CT POSTINGS!!! ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2010 for the course CVSP 201 taught by Professor Variousteachers during the Spring '10 term at American University of Beirut.
- Spring '10