Choose a work of ancient literature from the following: the mahabharata/ramayana/the bhagavad gita/ the jataka/ kalidasa/ pancatantra or kabir.

You will create and submit a 12-slide PowerPoint presentation in which you explain parallels between a work of ancient literature and a contemporary book, graphic novel, cinema, TV, music, game. Choose a work of ancient literature from the following: The Mahabharata/Ramayana/The Bhagavad Gita/ The Jataka/ Kalidasa/ Pancatantra or Kabir. Your presentation must include movie/TV/game/music clips,… Continue reading Choose a work of ancient literature from the following: the mahabharata/ramayana/the bhagavad gita/ the jataka/ kalidasa/ pancatantra or kabir.

Summarize the main purpose/message of the work.

1) Title page. (Your Name, Paper Title, Class, Instructor’s Name, Date). 2) Introduction. Why did you pick your book? What is the main idea of this paper? Include a clear thesis sentence. (¼-½ page) 3) Historical Background. What we know about author, the time and provenance of writing? What do we know about the social… Continue reading Summarize the main purpose/message of the work.

Choose one of the critical thinking questions from chapters 1-2 of the textbook.

Question- What is the difference between an artifact and a work of art? HISTORY/HUMANITIES Please see the sample essays in this Module as a guide to help your writing. Choose ONE of the critical thinking questions from Chapters 1-2 of the textbook. You will be graded on the following: Your essay should have at least… Continue reading Choose one of the critical thinking questions from chapters 1-2 of the textbook.

What are the differences?

For this response, write 250+ words comparing and contrasting ancient Greek symposium AS DESCRIBED BY XENOPHON IN HIS ANCIENT TEXT CALLED THE SYMPOSIUM and modern American frat parties. How do the components / sequence of events compare? Who gets to participate? What types of things happen? What are the similarities? What are the differences?

Include a point-by-point or block structure paper outline.

Compare and contrast the character of Pan in Browning’s “A Musical Instrument” with Pan in the Greek myth. Contain four to five paragraphs that include An introduction with a clear and effective thesis. Two to three body paragraphs with claims, supporting examples and evidence, and analysis. A conclusion that restates the thesis and summarizes the… Continue reading Include a point-by-point or block structure paper outline.

Explain the following (from bhagavad gita):

Five questions requiring short answers (8 sentences minimum). Each question is 10 points. Explain the following (from Bhagavad Gita): ‘Non-being cannot come to be, nor can what is come to be not. The certainty of these sayings is known by seers of the truth.’ Explain the following (from Bhagavad Gita): ‘Someone who has abandoned worn-out… Continue reading Explain the following (from bhagavad gita):

Explain the following (from bhagavad gita):

Five questions requiring short answers (8 sentences minimum). Each question is 10 points. Explain the following (from Bhagavad Gita): ‘Non-being cannot come to be, nor can what is come to be not. The certainty of these sayings is known by seers of the truth.’ Explain the following (from Bhagavad Gita): ‘Someone who has abandoned worn-out… Continue reading Explain the following (from bhagavad gita):

You can choose one of the two questions the professor provided to write about

Course: Western Humanities – Ancient I am unable to see my classmates’ posts until I post my initial. Once you have uploaded my initial post and I put it into the discussion post. I will look through my classmates and choose two. I will pay for 200 words for my initial, and since each classmate’s… Continue reading You can choose one of the two questions the professor provided to write about