ASSIGNMENT ID
57714
SUBJECT AREA Linguistics
DOCUMENT TYPE Article
TAGS History
CREATED ON 11th November 2016
COMPLETED ON 13th November 2016
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Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster

"Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster" (*NOTE: See .PDF attachment below to read the required sections as stipulated below) ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS ---------------------------------------------------------------------- First, read the following sections of the text, "Voices form Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster" : • “Translator’s Preface” • “Historical Notes” • Prologue (p.5-23) • “Monologue about the Facts” (p.205-213) • “Children’s Chorus” (p.216-220) • “In Place of an Epilogue” (p.235-6) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- After reading the above mentioned sections of the text, provide detailed, specific, and descriptive answers to the following questions: 1. COMPARE. List and describe any topics and themes in this book that can also be found in past readings assignments we've covered so far — which are as follows: • Euripides' The Madness of Herakles • Plato's Allegory of the Cave • Dostoevsky's The Grand Inquisitor • Art Spiegelman's Maus 2. CONTRAST. What topics and/or themes are new and unique to this work, in contrast to the past texts (listed above)? (*NOTE: You do NOT need to read the entire texts listed above — you just need to understand the basic premise and story line of each text in order to identify the basic themes or topics of each (i.e. racism, poverty, authority, opportunity bias, economic power, etc.). Included below are several attachments you may refer to as you may need, but I imagine it would be easier just to use Google or SparkNotes) ---------------------------------------------------------------------- If you have any questions about the assignment or the readings, don't hesitate to contact me at your convenience for clarification.
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