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Short Answer--choose onePrompt A: In Gray’s "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard", the speaker wonders about the potential accomplishments of those buried in the churchyard. What does the speaker imagine for these men? Discuss these possible achievements using supporting details from the text. Prompt B:In Pope’sEssay on Man, how does the speaker cast humankind’s relationship to both God and His creation? Support your answer with examples from the text. Prompt C:In which of Alexander Pope’s works does he twist the conventions of the epic poem to create a satirical tone? Support your answer with examples from that text. Essay Answer:Choose one prompt to answer in an essay. Include several examples of text evidence to support your answer.Prompt A:Compare the purpose and characteristics of satire in Pope’s The Rape of the Lockand Swift’s A Modest Proposal. Which do you consider more effective, and why? How do these satires compare to popular satires of today? (16 points) selections from this unit do you think most exemplified the ideals of the Enlightenment, and why? (16 points) Prompt C:Based on what you know about Enlightenment ideals and the characteristics of pre-Romantic poetry, write a dialogue between two imaginary poets, one representing the Enlightenment and the other the pre-Romantic movement, about the purpose of literature. (16 points)