Argue for the significance of one effect of this strategy.

ENG 2205

Troy University

Question Description

Respond to the question below fully in writing. Though the responses should be in essay form, this is not intended to be a research paper, but is instead intended to showcase your critical prowess; therefore, avoid secondary sources, gathering your evidence from the literary texts themselves. Be certain that you have a strong central thesis.

The quality of your answer should reflect the fact that you had plenty of time to work on it. It should incorporate all of the texts we have read since the midterm (or in the case of weeks when we had multiple short readings, at least one selection from that week). There is no length requirement, but obviously responses that are too short to be properly developed or excessively long and rambling will not do well.

All of the stories we have read have some form of stories within stories, whether they be inside a frame text, digressions, or examples. Argue for the significance of one effect of this strategy in these stories: Beowulf, Canterbury Tales, The Decameron, The Thousand and One Night, The Prince, Hamlet

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