Midterm ID guide - GREAT BOOKS 191 F 2010 MIDTERM GUIDE...

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G REAT B OOKS 191 F 2010 M IDTERM G UIDE Part I: Passages for IDENTIFICATION (50%) Choose THREE passages A. Iliad 1.159-65 “No– if our generous Argives will give me a prize, a match for my desires, equal to what I’ve lost, well and good. But if they give me nothing, I will take a prize myself—your own, or Ajax’ or Odysseus’ prize—I’ll commandeer her myself and let that man I go to visit choke with rage!” Speaker: Brief context: Significance to the poem as a whole: comment on the passage with attention to the following elements as relevant : narrative, major themes, poetic devices, significant word choice, imagery, characterization. B. Iliad C. Odyssey D. Odyssey Part II: ESSAY (50%) Present a well-structured argument supported with evidence from both poems as relevant
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