Final_paper_topics_sp_2009

Final_paper_topics_sp_2009 - IECS 140a spring 2009 Final...

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IECS 140a spring 2009 Final take-home paper In your essay be sure to make specific reference to the text in support of your argument or observations, and make reference to examples taken from all three canticles of the Divine Comedy . Essays should be at most 8-10 pages in length. Citation to the poem should take the simple form ( Inf . 12.122-127, Purg . 1.12-18, etc.). Papers are due May 6 by noon by email attachment . No late papers will be accepted unless acceptable arrangements are made in advance for an extension. Compose an essay on one of the topics listed below. Advice: Be guided by themes and concepts, not narrative recitation. Be specific. Be lucid. Spell and grammar check. Supply title and date. 1. One reader of the Comedy has called “Dante's anger against those who victimized him and exiled him from Florence” a problem, and suggested that the pilgrim’s journey is a “working out and overcoming of that anger.” To what extent do you agree or disagree with his argument, taking into account not just the scene in
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course ITAL 333 taught by Professor Brownlee during the Spring '10 term at UPenn.

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