WORLD LIT
HOME

1. Clay & Skin

2. Gilgamesh

3. Acts of God

4. Genesis

CLASSICAL WEST

5. Odysseus

6. Men like
Animals

7. Socrates

8. Alexander

9. Virgil

10. Paul

CLASSICAL
EAST

11. Krishna

12. Rama

13. Kalidasa

14. Buddha

15. Confucius

16. Lao Tse

WORLD
RECOVERY

17. Quran

18. Beowulf

19. Genji

20. Survival Itself

POST DARK
 AGE

21. Dante 1

22. Dante 2

 23. Dante 3

 24. Chaucer

25. Journey to the West

26. New World

27. Indians

28. Don Quixote

              FINAL EXAM

 

for exam, click the pdf link below

FINAL EXAM PDF

Below are hints that will help you
to prepare to write the exam


To avoid slinging bull on the exam, you will need facts and details, real content that you can pack into the essay to give it substance -- and to prove to the professor that you really read the material in the course! Where will the essay content come from?

Use your World Literature Journal to prepare for the exam. With each entry in your journal try to focus the journal writing on the theme that you intend to write about in the exam. Note the details from the lesson that seem to bear on the subject that you have chosen, and note the page number of each of these details so that you can provide accurate citations when writing your essay.

As the course progresses and your journal grows longer, begin to compare and contrast the readings that bear on your exam topic.  By the time the exam rolls around, you will have not only a lot of data about your topic but also some ideas about how the pieces go together. You will be in position where the exam will almost write itself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That's all the lifting you have to do!

instructor: gutchess@englishare.net 
Copyright  2009