GCU ENG 250 Entire Course Analysis of World Literature  

GCU ENG 250 Full Course


GCU ENG 250 Module 1 DQ 1


Describe the most important purpose of literature to you. Why do you feel this purpose is most significant? Briefly describe your worldview? How do you think your worldview affects your choice? Be specific.


GCU ENG 250 Module 1 DQ 2


Examine the use of literary devices in one of the ancient Egyptian poems (assigned reading for Module 1). Identify the literary device and describe its contribution to the overall meaning of the poem?  How is the literary device used to express the worldview of the author?

GCU ENG 250 Week 1 Introducing Literary Criticism



Select one of the poems from the assigned readings. Read the poem, and write a short paragraph explaining your initial response to it.

Analyze the poem using the Poetry Explication Worksheet and Social, Culture, and Historical Factors Worksheet. After completing the worksheets, write a summary paragraph indicating if/how your response to the poem has changed.

GCU style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.



GCU ENG 250 Module 2 DQ 1


After reading “The Art of Translation, consider how translation creates meaning? If a work is not read in its original language, what are you gaining? What are you losing?


GCU ENG 250 Module 2 DQ 2


Freedom and responsibility are key issues when making decisions. The heroes in the Greek readings have decisions to make. What determines the decisions? Are they independent, individual decisions? How do the decisions reflect the culture and belief system of the ancient Greeks? When answering the question consider divine interventions, independent decisions, and advice from others. Reference the literature to prove your answer.


GCU ENG 250 Module 3 DQ 1


With reference to either Boethius or Rumi, how is the work of this author not representative of their time? That is to say, great authors are of their time, but also transcend it. What makes their work timeless?



GCU ENG 250 Module 3 DQ 2


Augustine and Boethius are two of the foundations for medieval Christian literature, and continue to have an impact today. Respond to these texts, drawing on your own personal experience.


GCU ENG 250 Week 3 The Ancient Worldview



Select two pieces of literature from a culture that you have already met. Using the Social, Culture, and Historical Factors Worksheet, organize your thoughts; explore this culture’s worldview as evidenced by the two works selected. You may also wish to use the Poetry Explication Worksheet to help organize your thoughts as well.

In an essay (500-750 words), show how the worldview is communicated through the use of various literary devices. Use at least two scholarly sources, outside of the course readings, to support your view.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

This assignment uses a grading rubric. Instructors will be using the rubric to grade the assignment; therefore, students should review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the assignment criteria and expectations for successful completion of the assignment.



GCU ENG 250 Module 4 DQ 1


With regard to The Song of Roland, to what extent do you resemble the “ideal audience” that the text assumes? What assumptions seem to be made about the class, age, gender, or other characteristics of the audience?


GCU ENG 250 Module 4 DQ 2


Animals play an important role in The Thousand and One Nights; however, the animals play different roles in the imaginary worlds of father and daughter. Explain how these differences reflect the contrasting visions of gender relations that are important to the overall theme of the writing.


GCU ENG 250 Module 5 DQ 1


Compare and contrast the language and intent in Petrarch’s Sonnet 90 from the readings and Shakespeare’s Sonnet 130 located in the lecture, and place these first in the context of their time, and then in the context of our own time.


GCU ENG 250 Module 5 DQ 2


Discuss the points of contrast between “Cantares Mexicanos,” and the writings of Machiavelli.

GCU ENG 250 Week 5 The Writer and the World



From the assigned readings covered in the course (or with permission from the instructor, an appropriate author not covered), select an author. You will explore how the author’s social, cultural, and historical setting influenced the mechanics and subject matter of his or her writings in a paper (500-750-words).

Use a minimum of two scholarly resources from the GCU Library.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.



GCU ENG 250 Module 6 DQ 1


Scan the Module 6 Lecture. Choose three terms relating to drama, and examine how these words will help you in understanding and discussing drama, especially with reference to the plays discussed in the lecture or the assigned readings.

GCU ENG 250 Module 6 DQ 2


Compare and contrast the two versions of the “Chimney Sweeper.” Explain the purpose of these two versions. What literary devices are used in the poetry to create overall meaning?


GCU ENG 250 Week 6 Collaborative Learning Community Reflective Diary



This is a CLC assignment.

Each week, the instructor will assign to each group its own additional discussion question from the pool, for the group to explore together, in reference to the assigned readings each week. Citations and references to academic research should be incorporated.

At the end of each module, the group should compose a summary of the discussion with proper citations according to the GCU Style Guide. The group should also be trying to understand and frame their discussion in the context of the overarching themes for the course introduced in the Module 1 Lecture.

In Module 6, these summaries will be compiled into a single 500-700-word paper to reflect the evolution of the group’s discussion.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.




GCU ENG 250 Module 7 DQ 1


With reference to the various works of literature studied in this course, identify and explore some of the universal human themes. Explain why it makes sense to compare and contrast works from different eras.



GCU ENG 250 Week 7 Major Paper



With reference to the literature studied in this course, and using specific examples, analyze the ways and assess the impact various authors interact with their world in a paper (1,000-1,250-words).

  1. You may use your Modules 3 and 5 papers as foundations (i.e., the analyses performed) to compose your major paper in addition to other sources.
  2. Does literature shape a culture’s worldview, or is it worldview that shapes literature?
  3. Incorporate a minimum of four credible, scholarly sources using suggested additional readings and/or GCU library sources or credible Internet sources.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

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