Name Professor Course Date Literary Reflection Essay The literary works of Morte d'Arthur vividly preserve the original flavor of Christians knights and sentiment. It remains a great masterpiece that centers the great Christian values as well as appreciate the aspect of beauty in our timeless encounter with life issues. Such values are portrayed from the tales of Merlin to Arthur and his knights giving us the adventure of supernatural and encounter with humanity. The literature works employ use of language and flow of the plot and character display to demonstrate circumstances situations and other elements that deem values of goodness truth beauty and understand aspects of Christianity which take the central significance to human life. The play of character Arthur in the literal works to depict bravery and courage as he strives to meet the honor code set for his knights helps us to better the value of goodness. to meet the code even when it does not benefit him helps us to look beyond self-interest when assisting others in our daily life. Also the display of openness in talking as a show of truth among the knights to illuminate the aspect of truth and how to value it in teamwork group and community. All efforts should be put to maintain as overall performance and unity depend on it. As notated we ought to look far and wide from small and large things that surround us to appreciate the beauty of life. Furthermore the literary works depict the beliefs and practices of Christian faith such as observance of Pentecostal day among the knights. Works Cited Le Morte D’Arthur. "by Sir Thomas Malory." Book Fifteen: syre (2015). Driscoll Mark and Gerry Breshears. Doctrine: what Christians should believe. Crossway 2011. Bible Bibles. The Holy Bible The Authorized King James Version. Century Publishing 2015. [...]
For your second essay in this class, you will spend some time reflecting on one of the literary works assigned in the class from a Christian perspective. Malory’s Morte D’Arthur Steps in the Process Choose a work assigned in this course that appeals to you from an emotional or aesthetic perspective. Read the work several times (maybe read parts of it aloud) making note of the features that seem particularly beautiful, inspiring, emotional, meaningful, or true. Consider the following questions: How does the work help us better value goodness? How does the work help us better understand Truth? How does the work help us better recognize and appreciate beauty? Focus your thoughts into an argument about how the work of literature helps us better understand aspects of the Christian faith. Compose a thesis-driven, organized essay presenting your argument and using textual support for your points. Notes Although your essay will be thesis-driven, it is not a literary analysis. Do not simply pick a theme or a literary device and make an argument about that aspect of the work. Malory’s Morte D’Arthur You should not do any significant research on the literary work, since the assignment is on your own reflections about it. Style and Length Your essay should be written in correct MLA format, and it should be between 1000-1500 words long.