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Answer TWO of the three following questions in 300-400 word essays. Each essay must have a focused thesis and detailed development with specific references to the text. 1. Modiano, So You Don’t Get lost in the Neighborhood A “palimpsest” is a document, usually parchment, from which writing has been scraped away for new writing, while traces of the older layer of writing remain visible. The word can also be used metaphorically to refer to anything that has layers from the past. Modiano’s So You Don’t Get lost in the Neighborhood presents a palimpsest of events that take place in Paris and its surroundings as retrieved in the memory of the main character, Jean Daragane. Analyze a scene in the novel which presents a palimpsest: show how Jean’s memory works to connect a single place with two moments or two time frames in his life, and explain the significance of the recovered memory in relation to his trauma. 2. Dante, Inferno Answer ONE of the following: I. Explain the symbolism in the following passage from Dante’s Inferno: When I had journeyed half of our life’s way, I found myself within a shadowed forest, for I had lost the path that does not stray. Ah, it is hard to speak of what it was, that savage forest, dense and difficult, which even in recall renews my fear: so bitter—death is hardly more severe! But to retell the good discovered there, I’ll also tell the other things I saw. I cannot clearly say how I had entered the wood; I was so full of sleep just at the point where I abandoned the true path. But when I’d reached the bottom of a hill— it rose along the boundary of the valley that had harassed my heart with so much fear— I looked on high and saw its shoulders clothed already by the rays of that same planet which serves to lead men straight along all roads. . . . The time was the beginning of the morning; the sun was rising now in fellowship with the same stars that had escorted it when Divine Love first moved those things of beauty; so that the hour and the gentle season gave me good cause for hopefulness . . . . Dante, Inferno, Canto I, lines 1-18; 37-39. Tr. Mandelbaum OR II. Explain Dante understands of his imitation of Virgil as indicated in these lines: While I retreated down to lower ground, before my eyes there suddenly appeared one who seemed faint because of the long silence. When I saw him in that vast wilderness, “Have pity on me,” were the words I cried, “whatever you may be—a shade, a man. He answered me: “Not man; I once was man. Both of my parents came from Lombardy, and both claimed Mantua as native city. And I was born, though late, sub Julio , and lived in Rome under the good Augustus— the season of the false and lying gods. I was a poet, and I sang the righteous son of Anchises who had come from Troy when flames destroyed the pride of Ilium. . . .” “And are you then that Virgil, you the fountain that freely pours so rich a stream of speech?” I answered him with shame upon my brow. “O light and honor of all other poets, may my long study and the intense love that made me search your volume serve me now. You are my master and my author, you— the only one from whom my writing drew the noble style for which I have been honored. Dante, Inferno, Canto I, lines 61-87. Tr. Mandelbaum OR III. Explain Dante understands of the allegorical (spiritual) meaning of Virgil’s Aeneid as indicated in the following lines: I started: “Poet, you who are my guide, see if the force in me is strong enough before you let me face that rugged pass. You say that he who fathered Sylvius, while he was still corruptible, had journeyed into the deathless world with his live body. For, if the Enemy of every evil was courteous to him, considering all he would cause and who and what he was, that does not seem incomprehensible, since in the empyrean heaven he was chosen to father honored Rome and her empire; and if the truth be told, Rome and her realm were destined to become the sacred place, the seat of the successor of great Peter. And through the journey you ascribe to him, he came to learn of things that were to bring his victory and, too, the papal mantle. Dante, Inferno, Canto II, lines 10-27. Tr. Mandelbaum 3. Shakespeare, Midsummer Night’s Dream Explain the opening scene of MSND in relation to the genre of comedy: what are the symbols of emotional and sexual fulfillment in Act I, scene I that are related to comedy as the celebration of a new generation and the continuity of a good society; what is Shakespeare’s view of women’s role in comedy and the continuity of a good society.
Answer TWO of the three following questions in 300-400 word essays. Each essay must have a focused thesis and detailed development with specific references to the text. 1. Modiano, So You Don’t Get lost in the Neighborhood A “palimpsest” is a document, usually parchment, from which writing has been scraped away for new writing, while traces of the older layer of writing remain visible.
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