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CPLT1 Sample Exam - CPLT 201 ENLT 215 FINAL EXAM Discuss...

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CPLT 201 / ENLT 215: FINAL EXAM Discuss SIX of the following quotations. In each case identify it by author and work, show that you understand the literal sense of what is being said, and assess its significance within the context of the work as a whole. You may wish to draw comparisons among various quotations, or to make reference to passages other than the ones given here. Remember to put your name and the name of your Section Leader on your exam. 1. It may be true, but no man in his senses Would ever credit it; yet possible It seems to him, for, lacking in defences, To what is plain, but made invisible, The king is blind (or with his sight dispenses), Since what is not, love’s power makes credible. 2. With this she left me weeping, Wishing that I could say so many things, And faded on the tenuous air. Three times I tried to put my arms around her neck, Three times enfolded nothing, as the wraith Slipped through my fingers, bodiless as wind, Or like a flitting dream. 3.
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