Oedipus Textbook Question: Questions for Critical Thinking and Writing
1) Describe your experience of reading Oedipus Rex. Were you surprised? Baffled? Horrified - at any
point? If so, where and why?
1 Steven Mayhugh Dr. Swiridoff English C102 5 May 2011 To Be Free
The idea of freedom does not simply begin with laws or government; it begins with the individual. But what is freedom? Freedom is the option for someone to make ones own decisions.
There are many items that you will probably need for your journey. Food
and water are one of the most important supplies you will ever need to bring.
The water should be placed in guerbas, or goat-hide sacks, that are slung over a
camels back and keep it
2. During this time period, women were thought of as secondary figures to men and were objects to be controlled by
man. It was out of line for a women to think they could to something only men could do and defile the gods in their
place. This is scene in
TO HIS COY MISTRESS
Formalist/Structuralist Critical Questions
The poem is structured in three paragraphs.
Title: To His Coy Mistress already implies that the narrator is male and coy can be
defined as evasive or prete
WHERE ARE YOU GOING, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?
Questions For Critical Thinking And Writing
1. I found the story to be quite thrilling, in a not so nice manner. Often, you see movies and
other videos about these sorts of topics, but never stories. So
My name is Cheyanne Rof.
It means unintelligible speaker
Though I was named for heritage.
Yesterday my name was Shashi;
Tomorrow my name will be healer.
In my dreams my name was graduate,
But my reality calls me high schooler.
I am blue as the sky, the oc
Willy is full of contradictions. He says nothings but happens but then explains the car
accident. He contradicts himself. (charac)
Willy exaggerates a lot. His exhaustion foreshadows his death. He is getting nowhere in
his job and doesnt feel
Much Ado About Nothing Gender inequality v. equality
Shakespeares Much Ado About Nothing takes place in an era where men
and women were not considered equals. In that era women were expected to be
obedient daughters and faithful wives, while men were expe
You will need some type of transportation to make enough progress each
day in the Sahara. Camels are very common to be taken on long journeys,
especially the trans-Saharan journey. They have some unique traits that make
them useful. Camels hump stores fat
Before, in ancient times, the Sahara had rivers, forests, and lush pastures,
but now The land is bare and bleak, with dried up rivers and bare and bleak
pastures. Temperatures will range from 100 degrees to 140 degrees, not much
over or below. The barren
Increase your speed through agility training. Change between the classic
sprinting to windsprints. A windsprint is sprinting from one baseline to the
closest free throw line then sprint back. Then do the same with the half
court line and back. Anot
Dr. James Naismith is known for creating the game of basketball.
Everyone should be thankful for him because without this important man, we
wouldn't be watching NBA games and enjoying basketball at school. During his
school days, they played a game called
One fully pumped basketball
A hoop ( a netted basked with a hole on
the bottom) with a backboard
A basketball court
Player foul markers
Team foul markers
What clothes should you bring? Your clothes types are very crucial to
the weather change in the Sahara. Normal clothing is okay, but you should
also bring a thick linen veil to guard your faces from the hot sun, wind, and
sand. Light clothes, along with b
Food and drinks are one of the most important things you will probably
need on the journey. Water is crucial and should be poured into guerbas, or
goat-hide sacks that are slung over a camels back; keep it off the ground
because the sand could absorb the
Welcome to the Trans-Saharan Travel Agency! Are you planning to go
on the trans-Saharan journey? Well, this brochure will tell you everything you
will need to know before and during your trip through the biggest desert in
Africa, the Sahara!
I have person
Ethics of Informed Consent Regarding Henrietta Lacks and HeLa Cells
Henrietta Lacks was a woman diagnosed of cervical cancer in 1951. Her
doctor took samples of her cervix without any permission. The doctor then shared
her cancer cells with a cancer resea