1. Campbell discusses his feelings on the abandonment of Greek, Latin, and biblical literature as a part of American education. What are his feelings about that loss? How do you feel about his assertion? Do you agree or disagree? Please give examples.2. The purpose of this chapter is to discuss Myths in the Modern World. Please recap Campbell?s views of marriage using the myth of the duad. What is your opinion of this myth? What if we had myths of this type in our own society? OR, do you feel marriage is undergoing a cultural evolution of its own and will never be the same? Please discuss your supporting points for your position.3. Please read Campbell?s opinion about the lack of rituals for young people entering adulthood. Think about American society today and some of the issues and problems that young people face. Do you believe positive change could be affected if there were more clear boundaries between childhood and adulthood?4. How have laws come to be so important in American society according to Campbell? Please use your anthropological imagination to explain how myths would provide ethos and boundaries for us in the place of laws.5. What is the difference between information and wisdom? How does an information rich society face a lack of wisdom?