world literature

For your final exam, I would like you to write about 
three to five common themes
found in the works we have read this semester. 
Grade: 20% of total course grade.
Evaluative Criteria:

clarity of language

unity of paragraphs

cogency of terms

analytical insight

relevance of textual references 
Words of Advice:
You do not need to discuss every work we have read, but try to draw your references from as 
many as possible. Part of your effort should be in the precise naming and definition of your 
themes: if, for example, you discuss “revenge,” refine the meaning of that term from several 
angles, e.g.: cultural, historical, literary, psychological, military, etc. Focus explicitly on the way 
you define the thematic concepts, and then seek after points of comparison and contrast: so, in 
terms of revenge, how is Beowulf’s violence against Grendel similar or different to Dante’s 
“violence” toward the damned he encounters further down in the Inferno? It is entirely up to you, 
however, as to which themes you choose, and how you define them.
In addition to discussing the works themselves, you might conclude with (or include within the 
body of the essay) a consideration of the ways these texts bear relevance to the world and time 
we live in now, and your own life.

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