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Final Exam Essay: Choose ONE of the four questions below and develop your response into an essay. Open book. Take about two hours to write your essay. Email your essay to me via our course’s email function. Due by Wednesday of exam week at 5:00. 1) Use at least three works we read this semester to write an essay in which you comment on the nature of heroism. What do the texts have to say about what it means to be a hero – what are the necessary qualifications and experiences that make a character a hero? Give your essay a thesis and use examples from the works to illustrate your points. 2) Use at least three works we read this semester to write an essay in which you discuss human nature. What do the texts have to teach us about the human condition, and what, according to the texts, is special about human nature that sets us apart?
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Unformatted text preview: Where does our nature come from, and to what end is it leading us? Give your essay a thesis and use examples from the works to illustrate your points. 3) Use at least three works we read this semester to write an essay in which you comment on the nature of love and its impact on gender roles. What purposes does love serve, and how does it influence our ideas about gender? How do these ideas about gender in turn impact our lives? Give your essay a thesis and use examples from the works to illustrate your points. 4) Use at least three works we read this semester to discuss the theme of pride. How does pride influence the characters in the works, and what are the consequences of pride? Give your essay a thesis and use examples from the works to illustrate your points....
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2010 for the course ENG 237 taught by Professor Glascock during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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