It’s been said by many, including the ancient Greek philosophers, that one must first find self-love (Philautia) in order to love others. In some of the texts we have read, however, the selfless love associated with Agape, has led to the erasure of the person, leading us the question whether Agape and Philautia can conflict, or whether one type of love leads naturally to the other. We can surmise that social conditions often inform how Agape and Philautia are practiced, in this respect, or not. This is where Literary Theory and criticism may help provide a lens by which we can examine this relationship, and help us think about how the characters in the works we have studied negotiate this. For this final essay, you will incorporate seven sources (2-3 primary sources, which we have studied, and 4-5 articles of Literary Theory and Literary Criticism, which you will research through our library databases).
Format and Requirements:
Length: 7-10 pages, Times New Roman, 12-point font, double-spaced, with 1 inch margins. Please review your syllabus for additional details. Please include an MLA Works Cited page, and counterargument and rebuttal paragraphs. Please note that an abstract, an annotated bibliography, and a detailed essay outline are all additional required assignments associated with this essay. There will also be an opportunity to present your work for extra credit.
Please use 2-3 of the following works:
Elena Ferrante’s, My Brilliant Friend; Jean-Marc Vallee’s Wild; James Reed’s and Pippa Ehrlich’s My Octopus Teacher; Mary Oliver’s “In Blackwater Woods; Aimee Nezhukumatathil’s “Summer Haibun;” Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour;” Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper;” Langston Hughes’s “I, Too;” Viet Nguyen’s “The Transplant.”
How do Agape and Philautia inform each other or conflict in your chosen works, and why so?
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