For this week, read p. 470-474, 477-479 of our anthology.
1. Countenance, n.
2. Forbearing, v./adj.
3. Nonage, n.
4. Quag, n.
5. Imputation, n.
6. Palliate, v.
7. Expiate, v.
1. Who is Apollyon?
2. How is Pilgrim’s Progress an example of allegory? List two examples.
3. How does Apollyon wound Christian?
4. What are the names of the two giants in the cave? What has happened to them?
5. Who is blamed for stealing the ribbon?
6. Why does Rousseau choose to recount this story in particular?
7. What does Rousseau mean when he writes, “Thus the recollection of it afflicts me not so much by reason of the eve in itself as on account of its evil consequences”?(479)
8. How has his childhood crime impacted his adult life?