Read The Book of Ruth and The Medea at the following (copy and paste the link in a new tab) The Book of Ruth
https://thebibleproject.com/blog/ruth-big-message-short-story/ and The Medea http://theconversation.com/medea-is-as-relevant-today-as-it-was-in-ancient-greece-29609 and http://classics.mit.edu/Euripides/medea.html
For this discussion post, complete one of the following and briefly conclude your discussion with some parallel event or reference to the contemporary era: post one and reply to one of the following discussion prompts using textual evidence and MLA citations. Remember to include evidence (in-text citation) from the textbook to support the argument in each weekly discussion and follow MLA format guidelines as you organize a quote as the important focus of the discussion. Note the sample:
Authors define culture as “the complex system of values, traits, morals and customs shared by society, region, or country” (author’s name, Website address or source and page number). A Works Cited page is unnecessary because no research is required.
Identify one gender connection between The Epic of Gilgamesh and The Book of Ruth and develop your understanding vis-a-vis the status of women. Quote and cite one passage from each text using MLA in-text citation format to prove your opinion. Explain the passages to show (argue) how they connect to one another. Include a sentence that connects a reference from the past to a 21-st century comparison.
Identify one gender connection between The Book of Ruth and The Medea and develop your understanding vis-a-vis the status of women. Use a quote from each text to prove your opinion
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