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5) Reflective Reaction. Reflect on key passages in a reading from One World of Literature. Provide the page number. Examine both readings below, then choose one, and answer these questions. Write at least 250 words. Keep in mind you are trying to find a narrative you like for your literature report. You must choose a reading in the class. CHOOSE: ● Bessie Head's "The Collector of Treasures" (25). What does the title mean? What are the treasures? Alice Walker's Color Purple was attacked by some African American critics as being negative against men. Does this story by Bessie Head stereotype all African men in a negative manner? Explain.OR CHOOSE: ● Achebe's "Civil Peace" (128). What is meant by the title? What is meant by the words "Nothing puzzles God"? Did you like the ending? ________________________________________________________________________________ Overview Checklist ● Transformational Learning outcomes: discipline knowledge; leadership; problems solving (research, scholarly and creative activities); service learning and civic engagement; global and cultural competencies; and health and wellness. Understanding Course Notes: Discipline Knowledge ● The heteroglossia of Africa, and Ngugi wa Thiong'o's Decolonizing the Mind. UNIT THREE LESSONS AND ASSIGNMENTS Transformational Learning Objectives ● Discipline knowledge; leadership; problems solving (research, scholarly and creative activities); service learning and civic engagement; global and cultural competencies; and health and wellness. ________________________________________________________________________________ UNIT 3 NOTES: Latin America ● Approaching Syncretism, Mestizo, and Magical Realism; understanding the cult of machismo and marianismo; and appreciating the influence of V.S. Naipaul, Garcia Marquez and Isabel Allende. 6) Reflective Reaction. Reflect on key passages in a reading from One World of Literature. Provide the page number. Examine both readings below, then choose one, and answer these questions. Write at least 250 words. Keep in mind you are trying to find a narrative you like for your literature report. You must choose a reading in the class. CHOOSE: ● Gabriel Garcia Marquez's "Big Mama's Funeral" (807). How does magical realism make the story effective and interesting? Compare his style of writing to Allende's "Phantom Palace" (795). Which one do you prefer and why? OR CHOOSE: ● Jorge Luis Borges's "Intruder" (765); and Clarice Lispector's "The Body" (785). One narrative is about two men and a woman. One is about two women and a man. Machismo is a patriarchal practice in Latin America that has no equal in our culture. The bond between men is a powerful one. How do these stories explore the theme of machismo and/or marianismo? Compare the two stories. ________________________________________________________________________________ 7) Reflective Reaction. Reflect on key passages in a reading from One World of Literature. Provide the page number. Examine both readings below, then choose one, and answer these questions. Write at least 250 words. Keep in mind you are trying to find a narrative you like for your literature report. You must choose a reading in the class. CHOOSE: ● Rosario Ferre's "Mercedes Benz 220SL" (874). In the third world countries of Latin America, there is often no middle class. Thus, the rich are often extremely powerful while the poor struggle in abject 9 ENG 3213 World Literature 2: Dr. Wayne Stein poverty. What does this story tell us about the class system in Puerto Rico? Is it much different than our own? OR CHOOSE: ● V.S. Naipaul's "The Pyrotechnicists" (895). What does the story say about poverty? ________________________________________________________________________________ Overview Checklist ● Transformational Learning outcomes: discipline knowledge; leadership; problems solving (research, scholarly and creative activities); service learning and civic engagement; global and cultural competencies; and health and wellness. Understanding Course Notes: Discipline Knowledge ● Syncretism, Mestizo, Magical Realism, Machismo, Marianismo, the writers, vs Naipaul, Garcia Marquez and Isabel Allende. UNIT FOUR LESSONS AND ASSIGNMENTS Transformational Learning Objectives ● Discipline knowledge; leadership; problems solving (research, scholarly and creative activities); service learning and civic engagement; global and cultural competencies; and health and wellness. UNIT 4 NOTES: Asia ● Approaching Asian city, cultural compositions; understanding the way of Yukio Mishima's death of the samurai; the manga and anime of Osamu Tezuka and Hayao Miyazaki; examining Hinduism of India; approaching the cult of capitalism and cargo; and understanding the plight of the indigenous or original people. 8) Reflective Reaction. Reflect on key passages in a reading from One World of Literature. Provide the page number. Examine both readings below, then choose one, and answer these questions. Write at least 250 words. Keep in mind you are trying to find a narrative you like for your literature report. You must choose a reading in the class. CHOOSE: ● Yukio Mishima's "Patriotism" (316). Studying the way of the modern samurai. How is suicide a heroic tradition in Japan? Also try to find a copy of the film that Mishima made about the story. Google it. OR CHOOSE: ● Mahaweta Devi's "Breast-Giver" (266). Holy Cow and Mothers. In India, cows are sacred. Cows represent motherhood: fertility. Indians (Hindu) do not eat beef. It was recently discovered that McDonalds in India had been frying French fries in oil that contained beef fat. This occurred after McDonalds claimed that it only used vegetable oil. Needless to say this was a blunder. I am sure business at KFC is hopping. Jashoda, the wet nurse, is like the Mother Cow, a sacred being. Note the way Jashoda is mistreated. What is the story saying about India and its attitude toward motherhood? Overview Checklist ● Transformational Learning outcomes: discipline knowledge; leadership; problems solving (research, scholarly and creative activities); service learning and civic engagement; global and cultural competencies; and health and wellness. 10 ENG 3213 World Literature 2: Dr. Wayne Stein ________________________________________________________________________________ Understanding Course Notes: Discipline Knowledge ● Asianicity; Yukio Mishima's way of the samurai; Osamu Tezuka and Hayao Miyazaki; and Hinduism of India. Give me a week to finish grading everyone's assignments. Thank you!
5) Reflective Reaction. Reflect on key passages in a reading from One World of Literature. Provide the page number. Examine both readings below, then choose one, and answer these questions. Write at least 250 words. Keep in mind you are trying to find a narrative you like for your literature report. You must choose a reading in the class. CHOOSE: ● Bessie Head's "The Collector of Treasures" (25).
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