Liberty University Online Academy History Essay

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1. Briefly describe the contents of your primary source in your own words.



2. When was your primary source written? Note this isn’t about the time the primary source is depicting. For example, your document could be written in 1930, but be depicting events in 1912. Describe the context of this document’s writing.



3. What did your course material say about this event? How can you combine this information with what you have already learned? What are the overlaps and what is covered with this primary source that isn’t found in the course materials?



4. Can this source be trusted? How far can the author’s perspective be trusted? Give your rationale for why you know this.



5. Finally, try to reflect on what you’ve learned in the process of reading this primary source. How can we see this event through the lens of the Bible? Can you see elements of the Fall? God’s grace? How can you see humans as made in the image of God? Why do you think this is important for a young historian to understand? 


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Attach! Poem Analysis outline
1. Contents of the primary source
2. Context of the course material
3. Course material integration
4. Reliability of the material
5. Reflection


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Analysis of the poem 'Attack.'
1. Content
'Attack' is a poem by Siegfried Sassoon that talks about the horrors of war, as it gloomily describes
the trenches and the battlefields. How the poem opens, describing soldiers' surroundings as being
"…In the wild purple of the glowering sun," creates an image that personifies the intensity within
that situation (Sassoon). The poet goes on to describe the battlefield with word imagery such as
smoldering and shrouding drifting smoke to give a sense of a deep and darkened environment.
Typically, the poem describes and confronts the reality of war by providing a first-person snapshot
directly from trench...


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