Myth Exam 1 sheet

Myth Exam 1 sheet - Classical Mythology CLAS 104-01 Fall...

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Classical Mythology CLAS 104-01 Fall 2007 MWF 9 – 9:50 am Jones 204 Classical Mythology Exam 1 Posted 8 October 2007 – due in-class 12 October 2007 Covers material from Morford and Lenardon chs. 1 - 9 Practical information : On the announcements page of our course Blackboard site you will find a link to the exam sheet. I have opted to put it into .pdf format (opens in Adobe Reader, available on all Tulane computers and a free download). You must turn in all of your answers on computer-printed paper, stapled together with your name on every sheet (just in case they come apart). Your answer sheet must have 1 inch margins on all sides and use a 10 or 12 inch font, double spaced. See the Exam 1 overview sheet, posted on our Blackboard site, for details on what materials you may use to write your exam. Part 1: Short answer questions – you must answer all five. Six points each = 30 points. 1) How does the Platonic Socrates relate the initial attraction of physical love to the final purpose of love?
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