1) Short answer:
Love, ambition, greed, religious faith-these are some of the human emotions that motivate characters and help explain their personalities and behavior. Choose a character who came alive in your readings so far this year. Write an essay in which you examine that character’s personality and motivation and show what the characters behavior and attitudes reveal aot he human nature. Begin with n introductory paragraph that captures your reader attention and includes a thesis statement that states your view of he character. Then, in the body of your essay, show how detail in the work convey the character’s personality and motives. End with a concluding paragraph that sums up your main ideas about the character.
â€”-the story is Macbeth by: Shakespeare
Answer the followin questions in a cler, well-crafted paper (1-2 pages / 500-750 words). Be sure to cite specific details from the text in your answer.
2) Compare Psalm 23 and The Sermon on The Mount. The works have similar themes, or messages. What is the main idea of each work? How are the works alike? How are they different? How is the style, or genre, of each work appropriate to its purpose? (These questions are meant to give you some guidance to compare the two works, but you will need to choose one or two of these questions to answer, or create your own comparision. You can’t answer all of these questions well in 1-2 pages.)