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It should be typewritten, double‑spaced, and a minimum of two (2) typewritten pages and a maximum of four (4) pages. Note: Your extra credit paper must be ORIGINAL (not plagiarized from the Internet or any other secondary sources) in order to receive any extra credit points. Here are some suggested topics for optional the extra credit paper: 1. Analyze what you see as the nature of God (i.e., forgiving, vengeful, merciful, etc.) in two or more sections of Genesis studied in class. 2. Analyze the significance of humor, puns, and irony within Aristophanes¡¯ comic play Lysistrata. 3. Compare and contrast plot, setting and characterization(s) within Lysistrata and a Greek tragedy (like Oedipus Rex or Medea) also in the anthology. 4. Compare and contrast one or more sinners in Dante¡¯s Inferno with someone you know. 5. Analyze the world view Niccolo Machiavelli seems to have based on the parts of The Prince read in class. 6. Compare and contrast Don Quixote and Sancho Panza in terms of how they represent either illusion (Don Quixote) or reality (Sancho Panza). 7. Explore Cervantes¡¯s uses of humor in Don Quixote. 8. Compare and contrast Beatrice, Dante¡¯s inspiration for the Divine Comedy and Dulcinea, Don Quixote¡¯s inspiration within Cervantes¡¯s Don Quixote. 9. Explore the significance of Iago as a character Iago in Shakespeare¡¯s Othello. 10. Compare and contrast Shakespeare¡¯s Othello with O.J. Simpson. 16. You are assigned to place the characters Iago and Othello (from Shakespeare¡¯s Othello) inside the circles of Dante¡¯s Inferno where they properly belong. Where would you put them, and why? 17. Compare and contrast Othello¡¯s idealization of Desdemona and Don Quixote¡¯s idealization of Dulcinea. 18. Analyze the nature of Dante¡¯s intellectual and spiritual inspiration for the Inferno. 19. Analyze Dante¡¯s Inferno as not only a religious, but a political work, and the interconnections between the two. 20. Compare and contrast the world views of Michel de Montaigne within his ¡°Essays¡± studied in class and Niccolo Machiavelli within the excerpts from The Prince read in class. 21. Compare and contrast Don Quixote and Sancho in terms of how they represent either illusion (D.Q.) or reality (Sancho). 22. Explore Cervantes¡¯s uses of humor and irony within Don Quixote. 23. Compare and contrast Beatrice, Dante¡¯s inspiration for the Divine Comedy and Dulcinea, Don Quixote¡¯s inspiration within Cervantes¡¯s Don Quixote. 24. Explore the thematic significance of the character Iago in Shakespeare¡¯s Othello. 25. Compare and contrast the character Othello, in Shakespeare¡¯s tragedy with that of O.J. Simpson. 26. You are assigned to place the characters Iago and Othello (from Shakespeare¡¯s Othello inside the circles within Dante¡¯s Inferno where they properly belong. Where would you put them, and why? 27. Compare and contrast Othello¡¯s idealization of Desdemona with Don Quixote¡¯s idealization of Dulcinea. choose two of these and 2pages is fine.