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Syllabus (As of 2015 SUMMER
7/28) COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
As of Friday, July 28, 2015 (Second Revised).
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I love you as much as I go after the thrill of running through the woods in the
forest, she said.
The boy waits in silence for her to go on.
I like to go for a run through the woods everyday after work. The forest is a
huge circle tha
The Lost Identity
In Kanafanis short story, Returning to Haifa, Said and Safieyya are driven
from their home during the 1948 Nakba and they are separated from their fivemonth old son. The Palestinian couple decides to visit their old home in Haifa twenty
In one of the testimonies, a traveling priest explains his story as he passes by
the victim and the wife on the road on the day of the incident. Having the title as a
priest gives him a sense of authority and respect. More trust is given to the priest
The ones who walk away from Omelas are those who wish to leave the
utopian society. They wish to stray away from the luxuries, technologies, drugs, and
more because their happiness is not based on these possessions. The people who
walk away choose to live
Doctor Albert tells Yu Tsun that he has solved the riddle of the lost labyrinth,
declaring that the novel itself is the labyrinth. Albert says, the confusion of the novel
suggested to me that it was the maze. The Garden of the Forking Paths serve