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30 Cards in this Set

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Where is Montseratt?
place where he describes where tortures is happening. The land of Bondage in "The Interesting Narrative of Odulah Equiano".
Where is Shirakawa Gate?
Holy Gate in Basho, a barrier gate that he is excited to go to. Crossing of this gate is a marking of his journey.
Where is Saint Petersburg?
Supposed to represent Tsar Peter, but it works as downfall for Yvgeni.
Mixed prose and travel narrative.
Linked poetry we find Basho doing
Tales of Anomolies, of the Supernatural and abnormal.
What's a Ballad Stanza?
Coleridge in the "Rime of the Anicent Mariner". Alternating Rhymes of 4-3-4-3 (A-B-A-B).
What is a Doppleganger?
The imitation of a character.
What are Pushkin's little plays?
plays he wrote that tried to capture what happened to important people
What is the uncanny?
De je vu where you recognize something strange in the unfamiliar.
What is the anima?
idea of female side of male side (Carl Jung), anima can be scary or threatening (Metal Queen)
what is dharma?
Ethically, it means 'right way of living' or 'proper conduct,' especially in a religious sense.
what is the fantastic?
treating the supernatural as though it were an actual real experience
Who is Torberg?
Torburg links the worlds of the subconisous and relaity. His idea of advising Elis to go into mines symbolizes a journey into the payche.
what is terra incognito?
unknown territory, psychlogical journey, a journey into the psyche
Who is Life-In-Death?
The lady on the skeleton ship
Who is Elis Forebom?
Elis Forebom is the main character in "The MInes of Falun"
Who is Ulla Dahlsjoe?
This is Elis' girlfriennddd
Who is Pehrson Dahlsjoe?
Ulla's mother
What is Romanticism?
Happened during the age of reason, is called the age of imagination adn feeling
Who was Peter the Great?
Russia's 1st Tzar
Who is Yvegeni?
A petty clerk who watches Peter the Great's events throughout the story of the bronze horseman
Who is Parasha?
Yvegeni's girlfriend
WHo wrote The Albatross?
Charles Baudelaire
What are the examples for A2?
hey make fun of how he talks, doesn't like smell when he returns so he goes out into the stables. His effort to deny human emotion. Became ashamed of his own self. Absolutely horrified by his own resemblance.
Evidence of C1?
Rime of the Ancient Mariner C.1. The Ancient Mariner takes a journey, by sea, into his own psyche. Throughout his findings, the old timer discovers that life can be a lonely place, that it is unpredictable at time, such as seeing all his shipmates die, and that things cannot always be assumed. His random killing of the albatross represents our regrets for things that we failed to do in our past. Through this in depth searching into the Ancient Mariner's mind, he discovers untold truth about how when left to our own devices, our character can be deceiving, loathsome, and the results of our past's actions. Doing harm and not respecting our world will only give us hardship not only in our worlds, but also in our own psyches.

Idea #1:
normative breakdown of society
examples: random acts of violence that the Ancient Mariner does (killing of albatross, blessing of snakes)

Idea #2:
overriding his intellect or reason, pretty much each man for himself

Idea #3:
Raw exposure of violence could damage psyche, may respond to the trauma.

Major Point of C.1.: When we get out of our normal conventions of society, our moral framework falls through.
(example: blessing of water snakes that leads to redemption, clear that once we get outside of conventions we become independent of normal conventions of society)

From Mines of Falun C.1.:

Idea #1: Transforming how some settings were places of psyche (mouth of cave like Dante's inferno)
light vs. darkness
salt crumpled corpse

Idea #2: A search for self. Doving into cave, representative by psyche, becomes devoured by own psyche. (answers "How is this a psychological journey?")
evidence of B2?
B.2. Connecting Voltaire, Swift, Pu-Sung, Basho and the Enlightenment.

Enlightenment often means journey. (This is good.) While Candide swept across the seas to find the answers of Panglossianism, while Gulliver became immersed in the culture of Houyhnms, Basho trekking through the woods to find his ono awa ara, and Pu-Sung, finally falling out of the favor of disillusion to the mural. All undergo journeys, and toward each tale, they all come to conclusions that changed their way of thinking.

What about these journeys is different?

Question is asking you to create a definition. What does Western enlightenment mean? To use our reason to be able to make judgments, and recognize that human structures and politics can be changed by the practice of reason. Cultural experience process through the mind so we can make judgments about who we are. We want to be able to know how to better our society, to see how others have organized their lives.

Pu-Sung and Basho hinted largely at Buddhist Enlightenment. While Swift attacked Enlightenment of church.

By following Dharma, we end up with Nirvana, or spiritual release.

Idea #1: Detachment from society: Candide to create garden, Master Chu going off to seek enlightenment on his own.

• Mannippean?

• Horatian(soft) - we laugh at it, still is fun
not completely distinguished between the Horation and Juvenalion satire
• Juvenalian ?
mean, not trying to hide anything
• Horatian(soft) ?
we laugh at it, still is fun