Write five pages in total on the following prompts:
a. What do you see as essential differences between some of the ideas in
Confucius, Laozi, and Zhuangzi, and the words of Socrates and Plato?
Find a passage in the Symposium that would not seem to be of import
to Confucius, Laozi, and Zhuangzi, and then describe why that
passage or idea would seem to be of a Western temperament.
b. Find a few lines in Sophocles that portray the darkest and most dismal
moments of a tragic action. How is the current world pandemic less
tragic than what you have seen and read in “Antigone?” How do these
c. Find a few lines in Aristophanes that make you laugh out loud. Whc. Find a few lines in Aristophanes that make you laugh out loud. Why
do those lines in particular produce laughter in your body? How is
Aristophanes’ sense of comedy similar to NYC stand up comedy
clubs, or late night comedy shows on television?
d. What do comedy and tragedy offer each other? Why do the
sensibilities of comedy and tragedy seem to not be present in the
Symposium? Do the tropes of comedy and tragedy exist within the
Chinese poetry and philosophy you read last week? Give examples.
e. Find four selections (in the Norton) of any literary form, and of your
choice, which attract you because of their luminescence. Compare
essential ideas and moments in your chosen selections to the passages
you have written about in the above prompts.
Write six pages in total on the following prompts:
a. Visit five different museums online (anywhere in the world!) unless
you can find museums that you can visit in person and that are open to
the public! Choose one work from each museum (five works in total)
that you find appealing. These works can be of any medium, such as
painting, sculpture, installation, photography, video, watercolor,
silkscreen, lithograph, mixed media, etc.
Then in one full paragraph describe each work so that someone
who has not seen the work of art could visualize it. This is an
important writing exercise to sharpen your descriptive writing skills.
Be as accurate and detailed as possible. Next make sure on the same
page to note this important information about each work of art:
– Title of the work
– Name of the artist
– Year the work was created
– Dimensions of the work
– Materials of the work
– The name of the museum where you found the work
Then for each work of art choose one selection each (that is,
five selections from the Norton) which you feel create a linkage
between the work of art and your Norton selection. Your linkage can
be of any kind, but you need to be clear about that theme, idea, or relationship. Make sure that your five selections are from five
different centuries and from five different cultures. Also make sure
that your five selections are new to you, and that you have not read
them or heard about them before this summer semester began.
For most students each of these five pages will have a single
work of art linked to a single selection from the Norton
b. Sixth page: Find a sixth selection in the Norton (which you also have
not heard of before) which expresses some of your understanding of
the intricacies of the COVID-19 pandemic. First post your responses
about your selection, and why you chose it, on the COVID-19
discussion thread. After you have received responses from other
students, write a page in your Idea Book about the new understanding
you now have from that discussion.
Write six pages in total on the following prompts:
a. Compare the landscape of one of the selections from Section 4 with
the painting of a landscape from a work of art at the Metropolitan
Museum of Art in NYC.
b. Compare the portrait of the Mona Lisa at the Lourve in Paris with any
character portrait from any selection in Section 4.
c. Compare any reference to food in any selection from Section 4 with
any work of art that pictures food from the Met Museum in NYC.
Also write a few paragraphs concerning what you enjoy about eating
or preparing food. What are the differences between the ways you
sense food in art, in literature, and on the table?!
d. Compare any work from Section 4 that references healing and health
to an article in the New York Times from this week which references COVID-19.
e. Write a page about how you are beginning to gain more confidence in
oral presentations and conversations, and how this could help you in
future job interviews, whether online or in person. Include a reference
to the spoken lines of any character from any selection from Section
f. Compare the poem you have chosen by Rumi (from the First
Assignment of the semester) with the video of the Whirling Dervishes
(linked under Idea Book on Blackboard) which Rumi founded in the
13th Century. What are the parallels between the written and danced movements?
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