Humanities - Write an essay

Jan 26th, 2014
SoccerBoss
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Two reading selections from Voltaire’s Candide. The story begins by acknowledging the foolishness of the superstitious traditions held by the people in the city of Lisbon but ends by confirming Voltaire’s belief that religion in general is equally based in false superstitions. Write a three to four (3-4) paragraph essay (250 words) which analyzes the "surprise ending" of the reading selection. 1.Clearly state in your own words the “surprise ending” in the reading you selected. Identify the point in the reading when you realized that the ending would be different from what the beginning of the reading suggested that it would be. 2.Since you were expecting a different ending, evaluate how successful the author was in convincing you to accept the validity of the “surprise ending” that was not clearly suggested at the beginning. double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA Style format.

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