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5 Matching questions

  1. Magical Realism
  2. Utopia
  3. Freud structural model of the human psyche
  4. Aristophanes
  5. Jorge Luis Borges Traits of Writing
  1. a literary technique intermixing supernatural events into a normal or ordinary story
    done by many African-American writers
  2. b Id, Ego, and Superego
  3. c Meta-Physical (beyond physical human)
    Ultralistic: pure poetry, no form
    Meta-Fiction: aware of itself as fiction
    Pace/Time/Existence
    Labyrinths
  4. d edenic settings, no society, usually fail as being perfect is not human
  5. e "The Clouds"
    one of the first pieces of fictional Utopia
    highlighted corruption of Athens by comparing it to a Utopian city floating in the clouds

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. believed Utopian Society needed some means of regulation
    for example, no marriage
  2. last draft, but can be deferred by school
    Vietnam colonized by England, France and Spain
    beginning it was North vs. South, North was an ally of America, South was Communist, insurgency, Vietcong (VC) who were not military
  3. selfish, subconscious, basic needs (ex. baby)
  4. optimistic Utopias, progress through science
    War of the Worlds, for example
  5. literature of escape, that humans are truly free, but we bind ourselves with social mores

5 True/False questions

  1. Superegorational, subconscious

          

  2. 5 Traditional Types of War Stories1. Battle as Initiation: becoming a man
    2. Platoon (collective)
    3. Heroism
    4. Test of Courage
    5. Return to Civilian Life

          

  3. 5th Century BClast draft, but can be deferred by school
    Vietnam colonized by England, France and Spain
    beginning it was North vs. South, North was an ally of America, South was Communist, insurgency, Vietcong (VC) who were not military

          

  4. Jorge Luis Borges InfluencesArthur 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. Anti-Intellectualismdistrust 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)