Answer to Question #175008 in History for Christopher

Question #175008

These weekly reflection assignments are for the purposes of reflecting on the readings (primary sources such as Plato, Ovid, Marie de France, Thomas Mann, or both films; secondary sources such as Nissinen, Foucault, and all of the "handouts" throughout the course). There is no specific content I am looking for other than careful reading and reflection--except for this one requirement: you MUST quote from one of the texts for each of the reflections at least once, giving the context of the quote and the importance of the quote for your reflection. 

Expert's answer

Most readings of Laustic have, to date, focused on many associations and thus Howard Bloch concludes in his well-known book that Laustic serves as an excellent example of the fatalistic kind of "secret or courtly love" that Marie portrays throughout her collection.

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