Federico Garcia Lorca, “Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejias” (pp.101-111). Simply identify the stages of the treatment of death. How do Pirandello and Lorca view death as a part of the human condition?
Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, “The Other Wife” (pp.265-269). Distinguish “male” and “female” points of view. Compare Lorca and Colette on love as a part of the human condition.
Franz Kafka, “A Country Doctor” (pp.272-280). Comment on the state of the professional man. Compare Colette and Kafka on “male” identity.
Answer two of these:
* Jean-Paul Sartre, “The Wall” (pp.281-301). What has become of love and death here? Compare Kafka and Sartre on the state, or stature, of human identity in the human situation.
* Albert Camus, “The Guest” (pp.302-315). How does Camus develop the themes of freedom
Is society to blame for the conflicts in these stories or are the consequences the sole responsibility of individual choice? Explain.
To what extent are you responsible for the welfare of other human beings? What are your obligations to others?
What circumstances will bring about change in society and in the individual? If change occurs is it lasting?
Define one sort of irony. Identify that irony in one story, and how it makes the point of the story.
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