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English 2332 – Unit 4 Essay Test Choose four of the following questions and write a well-organized essay of at least one typed, double- spaced page each.  You may use your textbook but no outside resources .  (25 points each) 1. Select one of the three essays by Montaigne that we read and explain the author’s theme, purpose,  and methods of development. 2. In Paradise Lost , who lost Paradise and how?  Explain fully and completely. 3. Explain how the narrative development in Don Quixote  is based on the relationship between the  two central characters, Quixote and Sancho Panza. 4. Contrast Machiavelli’s original intent with how he is misunderstood today. 5. Discuss why and how Montaigne relies on such extensive use of quotations in his writings.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Contrast Adam and Satan as candidates for central hero in Paradise Lost . 7. Identify elements of the Popol Vuh and other pieces we have read this semester that would seem to support the theory of collective unconsciousness. 8. In what ways is Don Quixote an epic? What epic characteristics does it demonstrate? 9. How does the organization of Paradise Lost support its themes? Why has Milton arranged this presentation? 10. Select one of the works we have read this semester and explain how it impressed you the most out of all the assignments we read. Refer to specific elements or details of the work. Demonstrate that you have an intellectual understanding of the piece, not just an emotional appreciation....
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