Literature Assignment

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The assignment is to create a PowerPoint presentation (or other multimedia presentation) on a legendary figure, place, item, or event from world literature (1600 CE or earlier). It should contain roughly 800-1200 words of text and some form or forms of other media (art, music, etc.). This length requirement will bend a bit depending on the project type, so contact me with any questions you have.

Note that all writing in the project should be original; the projects will be run through Turnitin upon submission, and all distinctive matching information caught by Turnitin must be formatted as a quotation. DO NOT copy-paste material without immediately marking it as a quotation and citing it. Any multimedia (art, music) inserted or linked in the presentation should also include full bibliographic information.

All projects should have:

  1. a title page
  2. MLA style citations/works cited page.
  3. The project's text should be 800-1200 words long or so.

As long as the project has all of these items, you can let your imaginations roam a bit to come up with something really creative.

Guidelines for Choosing an Topic

The chosen figure/place/event/item should be known before 1600 CE and be primarily legendary or mythological, not historical. The presentation needs to include a combination of information and analysis, so make sure to choose a figure, etc. that lends itself to analysis.


Sources

Required sources:

  • at least 5 secondary/critical sources; 2 must be peer-reviewed
  • at least 1 primary source (literary text, artwork) written/created before 1600

DO NOT rely on Wikipedia or About.com as major resources for the project. These can be useful as effective ways to get started, but only use them as a springboard to other stronger resources. The bibliography and further reading sections of Wikipedia pages can be particularly helpful in finding additional sources.

Submissions
Rough Draft is due to the Week 8 Forum by Wednesday. The final presentation needs to be submitted by Sunday, 11:55 PM EST.

Supporting Materials

Tutor Answer

sethamimo
School: UCLA

Here you go! Let me know if you need any edits or have any questions.😆

Melenaus
The King of Sparta



Many cannot remember
Menelaus, however in
the Greek Mythology;
he was a renowned
figure as the King of
Sparta. Menelaus who is
remembered for the
story of the Trojan War
was married to the
beautiful Helen.

 Menelaus

was born to King Atreus of Mycenae
(Father) and Aerope (mother) also the
grand daughter of king Minos.His birth was
tied in the line Tantalus and a member of the
cursed house.

 Menelaus

had a brother, who was very
famous known as King Agamemnon .The
curse in their Tantalus line of heritage had
great impact in the lives of all their
siblings.During the youth Agamemnon and
Menelaus were banished from Mycanae
,when their cousin Aegisthus killed FATHER
Atreus fighting over the throne of Mycanae.

 They

seeked refuge in Sicyon, within the
precincts of the court of King Polyphodes and
later made a journey to the court of King
Oeneus in Calydon.



 During

their stay at Calydon, Menelaus and
Agamemnon schemed a plan to return to
Mycanae.They made their way to Sparta to
enlist the help of the famous and strongest
king of their time King Tyndareus.





They formed a great home
and the Journey back to
Mycanae began. The
forces of Mycenae were no
match to the invading
army led by Menelaus and
his brother Agamemnon.
Agamemnon, replaced his
uncle Thyestes as the King
of Myenae and
Clytemnestra Daughter of
king Tyndareus was the
queen .



Agamemnon

 While

at the Court of King Tyndareus,
Menelaus saw Helen, the second daughters
of the King and was blown away by her
beauty. Helen, who came from the offspring
of Zeus and born Leda as the mother was
girl of profound beauty.

 News

went around in the ancient world,
about the Menelaus interest on Helen. Many
famous and single bachelors travelled to
Sparta to ask for Helens hand in marriage
.The King Tyndarues was faced with a sticky
situation and spoilt for choices on whom to
betroth her daughter to.





Odysseus was consulted to come up with an idea
on how to go about it. The oath of Tyndereus
was formulated and each of suitors was to swear
an oath to defend and protect the Husband of
choice for Helen.



An oath so lethal that no one would dare break;
hence any aggression in the future would be
shunned. After ensuring that all the suitors were
bound the oath, King Tyndareous picked
Menelaus as Helens husband. Tyndareous,
relinquished his throne of Sparta to his ...

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