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several
Occasions
presented,
how mean a Use we make of all these, even
though we have these Powersenlighten'd
by the great Lamp of Instruction,
the Spirit of Cod, and by the Knowledge of his Word, added to our
Understanding; and why it has pleas'd Cod to hide the like saving
Knowledge from so many Millions of Souls, who if I might judge
by this
noor.Savace would make a much better
use of it than we did.
Defoe, Robinson Crusoe
4.
Use the following quotation as the basis for an essayon three of the works above. Do
not write at length on any of the works that you have
discussed
in another question.
VICTOR
FRANKENSTEIN
A human being in perfectionought always
to preserve
a calm and peaceful
mind, and never to allow passion or a transitory desire to disturb his
tranquility.I do not think that the pursuit of knowledge
is an exception
to
this rule. If the study to which you apply yourselfhas a tendency
to weaken
your affections, and to destroy your taste for those simple pleasures
in
which no alloy can possiblymix, then that study is certainly
unlawful,that is
to say, not benefitingthe human mind. If this rule were alwaysobserved;
if
no man allowedany pursuitwhatsoever
to interfere
with the tranquility
of his
domestic affections, Greece had not been enslaved;
Caesar would have
spared
his country;
America would have been discovered
more gradually;
and the empires
of Mexico
and Peru
had not been destroyed.
Shellev,Frankerstein
PART B
Answer TWO of the following questions.
(ln each question,
you are NOT obliged to write on the play from which the quotation is
taken.)
In writing
the essays
in Part B, choose from this list of works: any of Titian's
paintings(or any
group of Titian's paintings),
Shakespeare's
Richard ll, Julius Caesar, HamLet, Montaigne's
Essags, Voltaire's Letters concerning the English Nation, Bach's Saint Matthew Passion,
Mozart's
The Magic F/utc. Coethe's
Faust.
1.
Use the following
quotation as the basisfor an essayon three of the works listed above.
Do not write at length on any of the works that you have
used in another
question.
BISHOP
OFCARLISLE
My Lord of Herefordhere,whom you call king,
Is a foul traitor to proud Hereford's
king.
And if you crown him, let me prophesy,
The blood of Englishshall manure
the ground
And future ages groan for this foul act.
Peace
shall
go sleepwith Turks and infidels,
And in this seat of peacetumultuous
wars
Shall kin with kin and kind with kind confound.
Disorder,
horror. fear, and mutiny
lil[d-
-;
".t.r,
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