WORLD LIT DL2 : World Literature I (Oceania College)
Why does Orgon trust Tartuffe, a complete stranger, more than any member of his own family?
Carefully analyze Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels as a satirical work. Whom are the various strange people Gulliver meets satirizing? Who would these group satirize in today’s World?
How do Sor Juana Ines De La Cruz’s views on gender equality compare to Mary Wollstonecraft’?
How do the views of both of these authors hold up with modern ideas?
Compare and contrast Life of a Sensuous Woman and the novel Memoirs of a Geisha.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s political philosophy was a major influence on the revolutions that occurred at the end of the eighteenth century. Compare Confessions with the “U.S. Declaration of Independence,” the “Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen,” or “The Rights of Woman,” which appear in the “Revolutionary Contexts” section of this anthology. What depictions of the individual, human nature, and positive relationships in Confession can also be found in the document you chose?
MLA format — you are required to learn and implement MLA properly, including a complete and correct heading on
the upper left-hand corner of the paper, proper headers with page numbering in the upper left-hand corner of each
page, correct line spacing, proper formatting of text titles, etc.
Include a Works Cited page for the primary texts you’re using.
Thesis, topic sentences, full development of ideas, including with plenty of illustrations (quoted, paraphrased and
summarized) from the texts.
No secondary sources.
Standard English grammar.
Incorporation of appropriate terminology (see the Modules and all the readings). For example, if it’s a poem, then the
person who wrote it is called a poet; if it’s a play, then the person who wrote it is a playwright.