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The Epic of Gilgameshby/Things Fall Apartby
1:Identify the title and author of each excerpt. Explain the significance of each excerpt in a paragraph of 5-6sentences.40 points.1.Be careful or you may displease the dead. Your duty is to comfort your wives and children and take them back to your fatherland after seven years. But if you allow sorrow to weigh you down and kill you, they will all die in exile.2.He was by nature a very lively boy and he gradually became popular in Okonkwo’s household, especially with the children. Okonkwo’s son, Nwoye, who was two years younger, became quite inseparable from him because he seemed to know everything.3.In Uruk the bridal bed was made, fit for the goddess of love. The bride waited for the bridegroom, but in the night Gilgamesh got up and came to the house. Then Enkidu stepped out, he stood in the street and blocked the way. Mighty Gilgamesh came on and Enkidu met him at the gate. 4.Then Gilgamesh issueda proclamation through the land, he summoned them all, the coppersmiths, the goldsmiths, the stone-workers, and commanded them, ‘’Make a statue of my friend.’’ The statue was fashioned with a great weight of lapis lazuli for the breast and of gold for thebody. A table of hard-wood was set out, and on it a bowl of carnelian filled with honey, and a bowl of lapis lazuli filled with butter. These he exposed and offered to the Sun; and weeping he went away.Part 2:Write a focused answer to the question in a 5-paragraph essay.Don’t just retell the stories. List your paragraph topics in the thesis. Ex., Gilgamesh rejects Ishtar because of x, y, and z.Use a direct quote or paraphrase, properly cited, to support your claim in each paragraph. 60 points. Choose one essay to answer.1.Compare and contrastthe significanceofthe Cedar Forestin The Epic of Gilgameshtothe Evil Forest in Things Fall Apart.Consider the ways in which visiting the Cedar Forest and the Evil Forest symbolizea descent into the unknown depths of the soul.–OR—
NAME__________________________________________2.Imagine that you are traveling to Uruk or Umuofia in the past. UseThe Epic of Gilgamesh or Things Fall Apartto locate yourself in the world and in time and show how that text might help you to understand and interpret the culture that wrote it. What are the values of the culture? How do those values contribute to creating good leaders? What is the culture’s attitude toward life?


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