Hi, I need 100 words for the 3 questions. Total should be 300 words. Your work need to be of high quality and not plagiarized. I use Turnitin to check.I will reject your work if plagiarized and has grammar issues. ThanksI have uploaded the files to useQUESTION 1
Read Lacy and Wilhelm, Ch. 4 “Arthur in Geoffrey of Monmouth” (58-87)
Answer the questions(100 words):
Compare and contrast Arthur in Culhwch and Olwen with Arthur in
Geoffrey’s History. What character traits of the earlier Arthur (as portrayed
in Culhwch and Olwen) are preserved in Geoffrey’s portrayal of him? What
additional traits does Geoffrey introduce into Arthur’s character? Continuing with an
assessment of Arthur’s moral and ethical character in Geoffrey’s History, do you think
Arthur is to any extent responsible for the final tragedy in that story?
*limit for any post; however, remember that developing meaningful responses and replies will
require more than a few words or sentences.
Don’t limit yourself to trying to post conclusive answers to the discussion thread
questions/topics. Asking questions and making conjectures (“thinking out loud”) are valid–and
often the most insightful–discussion activities. Thoughtful, original responses will garner the
most points; pro forma or imitative responses will earn fewer points.
I’ll monitor discussions throughout the time that a particular forum is open and respond as
appropriate, but you’ll get the most out of these discussions if you actively engage the
QUESTION 2
Read Lacy and Wilhelm, Ch. 4 “Arthur in Geoffrey of Monmouth” (58-87)
Answer the questions(100 words):
In this thread, I’d like you to explore what that rather vague and broad term “honor”
means in Culhwch and Olwen and Geoffrey’s History. What specific values,
attitudes, and behaviors does Geoffrey present as “honorable”? Which characters
most embody these “honorable” behaviors (give an example)? Identify specific
differences (and try to identify some similarities) in how Culhwch and Olwen and
Geoffrey’s History implicitly define “honor.”
*limit for any post; however, remember that developing meaningful responses and replies will
require more than a few words or sentences.
Don’t limit yourself to trying to post conclusive answers to the discussion thread
questions/topics. Asking questions and making conjectures (“thinking out loud”) are valid–and
often the most insightful–discussion activities. Thoughtful, original responses will garner the
most points; pro forma or imitative responses will earn fewer points.
I’ll monitor discussions throughout the time that a particular forum is open and respond as
appropriate, but you’ll get the most out of these discussions if you actively engage the
QUESTION 3
Read Lacy and Wilhelm, Ch. 4 “Arthur in Geoffrey of Monmouth” (58-87)
Answer the questions(100 words):
Some of Geoffrey’s settings are actual places with which Geoffrey’s audience would
have been at least somewhat familiar. For example, take a look at these Web sites
describing
Tintagel
(http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/tintagel-castle/)
and
St.
Michael’s
Mount
(http://www.cornwall-online.co.uk/heritage-trail/heritage-national-trust/stmichaelsmo
unt/Welcome.asp); you could also search Google Images for additional pictures of
both places. In your initial post, reflect on how the images affect your visualization
and perception of Geoffrey’s narrative, including the characters that inhabit these
settings and the plot events that take place there.
*limit for any post; however, remember that developing meaningful responses and replies will
require more than a few words or sentences.
Don’t limit yourself to trying to post conclusive answers to the discussion thread
questions/topics. Asking questions and making conjectures (“thinking out loud”) are valid–and
often the most insightful–discussion activities. Thoughtful, original responses will garner the
most points; pro forma or imitative responses will earn fewer points.
I’ll monitor discussions throughout the time that a particular forum is open and respond as
appropriate, but you’ll get the most out of these discussions if you actively engage the

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