Prompts (There is actually 3 topics to choose from. Just pick one.) Please respond to one of the following prompts in your response, citing as appropriate:
Compare the opening lines of the Aeneid with those of the Odyssey. How does Vergil play on audience expectations based on previous epics? What kind of hero is Aeneas?
How does he compare to Odysseus? What about Dido? What kind of hero(ine) is she? What references to the Odyssey do you see in the underworld as portrayed in the Aeneid? What are the differences.
Citation 1. Cite the Aeneid by book and line number. You can spell out the full title or use the abbreviation Aen. 2. The quote from Odyssey should be the version translated by Emily Wilson.
3. The quote from Aenied should be the version translated by Sarah Ruden.
4. You should support your response to the prompts with evidence from the text, and you should always cite when you do so.
This does not mean you need to provide quotations to support every part of your response.
In fact, it is usually better to paraphrase unless you want to say something about the specific wording of the passage you are discussing.
For example: Like the Iliad, the Odyssey begins with an invocation of the muse (Odyssey 1.1). Rubic 1. Evidence: Student fully supports their answer to the prompt with evidence from the text(s), citing appropriately and correctly whenever they do so. No evidence from the text(s) is misrepresented 2. Organization and Style: Submission is well-organized and easy to read. 3. Argumentation: Student submission makes sense logically. Student explains how the evidence presented leads to their conclusions.
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