FIVE 200-words questions need to be done within 2 hours (125 minutes), the quest
FIVE 200-words questions need to be done within 2 hours (125 minutes), the questions will be SENT in January 7 2022 at 10:20 am(China time zone), need to be SUBMITTED in the same day at 12:45pm(China time zone)| The content of the FIVE 200-words questions will be about the syallbus: Petrarch’s (Canzoniere, trans. Musa) sonnets 1, 5, 6, 70,116, 164,190, 205, 364, 365 and “Ascent of Mount Ventoux”; Garcilaso de la Vega, Selected Poems, sonnets I, V, XIII, XXIII.;Louise Labé Complete Poetry and Prose, trans. Baker, Finch, sonnets 2, 18, 21.;The Praise of Folly, trans. Hudson, pp. 7-125; The Prince, chapters 1-2, 6, 8, 15 ,17, 18, 19; Baldasar Castiglione, The Book of the Courtier, books 1 and 4. Focus on book 1.; Paracelsus, Writings.; Heptameron stories 8, 10, 18, 62; focus especially on story 10.; Essays; “On Vehicles,” “On the Power of the Imagination,” on “On Cannibals”.“On A Dark Night,” John of the Cross.; Don Quijote, trans. Jarvis (Oxford), pp. 15-70.; Don Quijote, trans. Jarvis (Oxford), pp.469-479, 924-944.; Fuente Ovejuna, trans. Racz; Candide, trans. Pearson, pp.3-88; Goethe, The Sorrows of Young Werther; (page numbers refer to TEXT page numbers, not pdf file page numbers) | Instructions: Since most of the class used outside sources for the mid-term, it is assumed that you will use outside sources for this exam. For that reason, this is an open-source exam. To that end, your work will be graded differently, i.e., your discussion and interpretation should move past the obvious because you have access to books and internet. You must cite all outside sources. If you fail to cite a source, you will receive a zero for this exam. Part of your grade will be how well you manage outside sources. You will be graded on the quality of the outside sources you choose to use. When you cite sources, just put the source in parentheses after you cite it. For example, Garcilaso was influenced by Boscán (Randell, “Sixteenth Century Polyphony”, p. 64).| You will be graded lightly on spelling and grammar (after all, you have your sources in front of you, so you should be able to spell the authors’ names correctly).| Further instructions to be discussed in advance.