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? You can use this reference, if you need and have it, : THE BEDFORD ANTHOLOGY OF WORLD LITERATURE. PACKAGE B (Volumes 4, 5, 6). Eds. Paul Davis, Gary Harrison.(Bedford / St. Martins, 2003). ISBN 0?312?40482?4? Question 3 is about the famous story that is well known in all cultures which is about a dog who sees himself in water with a piece of meat and he jumps in water to get the piece which cause him to lost what he had before because of his greed.-Our Professot told us that you shoud take any story simply as it is but to go beyond what is mentioned.? Please, again, I need an expert who has read all the famous works and is familiar the language used in World Lit because otherwise I?ll get a bad grade.Representative figures of the Enlightenment include:A) Charles I, Louis XIII, and Henry IIB) Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and CopernicusC) Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats and Frederick DouglassD) Thomas Aquinas, Saint Augustine, and Saint Francis of AssisiE) John Locke, Isaac Newton, and Rene Descartes2Percy Bysshe Shelley?s Ozymandias conveys the idea of:A) the superior power of metaphor over metonymyB) the endless power of the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Ramses IIC) the different views of artists and art patronsD) the pain and suffering of the writer as motivation of the poemE) the impermanence of artF) all of the choices for this question are correct3.The underlying meaning of the story The Dog and the Piece of Meat is:A) an encouragement to read beyond the literalB) a warning against greedC) all of the choices for this question are correctD) an invitation to self-reflectionE) a reminder that what we do to others might also be done to us4.The Thirty Years? War and the English Civil WarA) were motivations of the transition to the EnlightenmentB) deeply divided Europeans and caused concern over the dangers of politicized religious fanaticismC) were related to the clash of Protestants and CatholicsD) marked the decline of the RenaissanceE) all of the choices for this question are correct5.The coexistence of contradictory perspectives within a given literary work is an effect that can result from:A) the conflicting interests and views of artists and the patrons who support their workB) the overdetermination of the workC) all of the answer choices for this question are correctD) the nature of art as an attempt to both express and disguise something unacceptable, threatening, or forbiddenE) the influence of unconscious impulses beyond the author?s comprehensionF) the perspectives of different readers6.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PAPER? PRICE?..At its deeper levels, the ancient Greek story of Oedipus illustrates:A) the idea that fate is unavoidableB) all of the choices for this question are correctC) the innocence of Oedipus and the cruelty of fateD) the aesthetics of ancient Greek tragedyE) the responsibility of Oedipus in his own tragedyF) the blindness of destiny7.Keats? Ode on a Grecian Urn is:A) an attempt to celebrate life and love and also lament their impermanenceB) an example of ancient Greek poetic and artistic stylesC) an illustration of the overdetermination of literary textsD) an effort to show the subtle differences between truth and beautyE) all of the choices for this question are correctF) a representative example of Enlightenment literature8.The Seven Years? WarA) renewed the optimism of Enlightenment thinkers and their hope of a better worldB) marked the transition from the Renaissance to the EnlightenmentC) all of the choices for this question are correctD) signaled the decline of Enlightenment thought and created the perception that new approaches were neededE) brought about prosperity to Europeans and the European colonies in North America9.The meaning of a work of literature can best be established by:A) an attentive, well-informed, and self-aware readerB) subjective, personal interpretationC) any readerD) the authorE) a reader without any previous knowledge or prejudice about the workF) all of the choices for this question are correct10.The EnlightenmentA) embraced the individualism of the Renaissance and the religious spirit of the Middle AgesB) continued the ideas of the Middle Ages and rejected the values of the RenaissanceC) embraced the values of the Renaissance but put greater emphasis on societyD) rejected both the values of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and created an entirely new approach to the solution of human problemsE) had an ambiguous relation to the cultures of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS PAPER? PRICE?..

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