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5 Matching questions

  1. 5 Traditional Types of War Stories
  2. 5th Century BC
  3. Anti-Intellectualism
  4. Ego
  5. HG Wells
  1. a writing about Utopias promoted ethics and was entertainment
  2. b rational, subconscious
  3. c distrust and hostility toward well educated intellectuals and education, philosophy, art and ideas
    claim selves to be champions of common people ("I'm like you")
    used by Nazis, Communism (book burning)
  4. d 1. Battle as Initiation: becoming a man
    2. Platoon (collective)
    3. Heroism
    4. Test of Courage
    5. Return to Civilian Life
  5. e optimistic Utopias, progress through science
    War of the Worlds, for example

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Lord of the Flies, criticize human institutions and human nature
  2. Brave New World, political text dealing with moral issues
  3. Titan, prophecy said one of his children would take his power, so he ate them, until Ria, his wife, hid Zeus, who eventually jumped out from behind a rock and castrated Kronos, releasing his siblings
    Karl Jung says parents want to control their offspring because they are a replica of self
  4. created an optimistic and idealistic Utopian idea
  5. Arthur Riboud: Symbolist Poetry, writing abstract with no logic or answers
    Walt Whitman: Anti-Newtonian Writing, used science to prove things in place of God
    William Blake
    Philosophy: reading, focused on human being beyond physical

5 True/False questions

  1. Johnathan Smithcreated a satiric "negative utopia" (dystopia) to show his opinions of England
    wrote Gulliver's Travels

          

  2. Characteristics of Early Utopias1. Battle as Initiation: becoming a man
    2. Platoon (collective)
    3. Heroism
    4. Test of Courage
    5. Return to Civilian Life

          

  3. Jorge Luis Borgeswrote his first story at age 9, started as a poet

          

  4. Freud structural model of the human psycheId, Ego, and Superego

          

  5. Dystopiaedenic settings, no society, usually fail as being perfect is not human

          

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