Name Professor Course Date The song of Roland Response According to (O'Hagan) the song of Roland is one of the great French’s heroic poems written with several stanzas of varying length. The song talks about the ancient heroes of France like Roland and their adventures with king and emperor Carlemaine king Charles the great King Marsil and other kings of those days. The soldiers and these kings’ actions portray interesting sorrowful and baffling situations. These scenarios reflected briefly below from stanza 176 finally went down. The song of Roland is so interesting and awesome with imagery facts that touch the readers mind and soul. Any individual just to see the mystery can read this song repeatedly. The extra ordinary things happening in this book are astonishing leaving one baffled and puzzled but very interesting. To say the truth this song is one of the best ancient songs of all time. Work Cited O'Hagan John. "Internet History Sourcebooks". Sourcebooks.fordham.edu. N.P. 2017. Web. 31 Jan. 2017. [...]
Response on stanzas 176 through the end of Song of Roland by Anonymous. One page double spaced. Idea - centered, NOT a summary, please do not offer historical information about the reading. Instead, offer a critique of the reading, suggest questions or issues you think are important to discuss, and or identify and briefly analyze a passage you think is vital. An idea of how to structure might, but need not include the following: 1) choose a short passage or even a single line from the text and explain how this moment encapsulates some theme or issue important to the wider work. 2) Are you upset/confused/surprised/delighted by something in the work? Write a response to whatever it is that has caught your eye and offer suggestions for how to make sense of the moment you have identified. 3) Early works can often present ideologies and beliefs that seem very foreign and distant from our modern understandings of the world. Is there a moment in the text that you feel highlights those differences?