The Wife of Bath, G. Chaucer – HOMEWORK

GEOFFREY CHAUCER (approx. 1340-1400)Excerpt from the General Prologue A worthy woman from beside Bath city Was with us, somewhat deaf, which was a pity. In making cloth she showed so … Continue reading The Wife of Bath, G. Chaucer – HOMEWORK

Excerpt from M. Shelley’s “Frankestein or the Modern Prometheus” (1818)

Letter 4 “Last Monday (July 31st) we were nearly surrounded by ice, which closed in the ship on all sides, scarcely leaving her the sea-room in which she floated. our … Continue reading Excerpt from M. Shelley’s “Frankestein or the Modern Prometheus” (1818)

“Molly Becomes a Thief”, D. Defoe – HOMEWORK

Questions on Textual Analysis Four Open Questions: answer briefly, no more than 10 lines for each question. It has been said that with this new novel, unlike he did in his … Continue reading “Molly Becomes a Thief”, D. Defoe – HOMEWORK

Open Questions on “From the Great Invasions to the Battle of Hastings”- HOMEWORK

HOMEWORK FOR THIRD YEAR CLASS – OPEN QUESTIONS Answer the following questions with complete and detailed information, use your own words. How is the legend of King Arthur connected to … Continue reading Open Questions on “From the Great Invasions to the Battle of Hastings”- HOMEWORK

Excerpt from Defoe’s “The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders” (1722)

MOLLY BECOMES A THIEF “I lived two years in this dismal condition, wasting that little I had, weeping continually over my dismal circumstances, and, as it were, only bleeding to … Continue reading Excerpt from Defoe’s “The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders” (1722)