The standard format for this response is as follows: a. Introductory paragraph(s

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The standard format for this response is as follows: a.
Introductory paragraph(s)
working up to a thesis statement. Your thesis
statement– the central idea or the topic in a sentence or two, carries
your essay (as much as the paragraphs beyond the introductory one(s) have to
elaborately explain the points of your
thesis statement). Your introductory
paragraph(s) create the background and context that contribute to and prepare
the readers for your thesis statement. So, your introductory paragraph(s) usually
culminate in your thesis statement. Please underline your thesis statement presented at the end of your introductory
paragraph(s). b. Subsequent body paragraphs for expanding
the points of the thesis statement. Points are to be expanded sequentially. One or more body paragraph(s) may develop one
point. As you venture to organize a
certain body paragraph with a view to developing a point of the thesis statement, you do so by offering
a topic sentence stating the general rationale of the point—the rest of the
body paragraph(s) elaborate the general rationale by your argument in terms of
specific evidence and viable explanation. Maintain transition as you go from one body
paragraph to another. c.
Concluding paragraph(s). Your conclusion sums up your essay, and
reasserts/rephrases the thesis. You may
choose to leave a final remark articulating an appeal, an opinion, a quotation
or such. Do not introduce any new
information or idea here!
The evaluation of your essay considers such aspects as: a. original insight (10 points), b. formation
of a thesis (10), c. reference to the
text (10), d. analysis (10), e. coherence (10), f. relevance (10), g.
organization (20), and h. length (20) [at least two full pages for
each response]. Identical and
plagiarized “answers” are automatically discarded and penalized. Your response
may be examined holistically. Attempt two
from the following issues. For each response, identify the one attempted. 1. Explain the articulation in which “The Opening” in The Quran connects the material world to eternity.
2. Narrate the story of Joseph as depicted in The Quran. Discuss the themes in the depiction.
3. Retell “The
Most High”. What does Allah (God)
ask of humanity?
4. Examine the eternal hope as elaborated in “Daylight”.
5. Focus on “Clots
of Blood”. What does Allah confirm
of the vainglorious among men? 6. Examine the Islamic nature of monotheism from
the Surahs of The Quran. Allah’s
Mercy and Compassion are the recurring motifs of The Quran. Discuss.
7. What is Frame Story? What constitutes the frame for The
Thousand and One Nights? Examine its
8. Characterize Shahrazad the princess and
Shahrayar the king.
9. Explore the Mali epic of Son Jara. 10. Compare and contrast Gilgamesh and Son


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