Part 1: Students will perform the following assignment:
“Theodicy” originates as a late 18th-century word from French Théodicée, the title of a work by the philosopher Leibniz, who took it from Greek: theos, “god” + dikē, “justice.” But it typically comes to us as a journey or an adventure in literature that is ordered to a writer’s consciousness of “god’s justice,” or “divine justice.” Literary artists through the ages have used the dramatic unfolding of what’s called “theodicy” in literature (a version of “odyssey” in literature) in order to give expression to (1) what is known as “the problem of evil” in the world; (2) to support the supremacy of one particular god over another; (3) to explain wisdom; or (4) to explain a conversion experience of a given hero or character. In any case, all the literary forms of theodicy have in common a species of “closeness to the gods” that results in a narrative in which ways of god (s) and the ways of mankind are seen as either harmonious or disharmonious. When harmony finally predominates in narratives of theodicy (as in Homer’s Iliad) usually it’s because (A) the aptitude to discern divine truth and (B) the readiness to be obedient to it predominates in representatives of mankind. But when disharmony finally predominates in narratives of theodicy usually it’s because either discernment or a readiness towards divine obedience is either faulty or resistant in representatives of mankind in such narratives.
Using any dimension of the above characterization of “theodicy,” or any dimension you know of or have found in researches, find (1) one representation of “theodicy” in Part 1, “Agamemnon,” of Aeschylus’ Orestia Trilogy; (2) quote the representation; and (3) explain how you believe it to be a representation of “theodicy.” (appx. 250 words)
Part 2: Students will perform the following assignment:
Are there similarities or differences (or both similarities and differences) in the nature of the relationships between (1) mankind and god (s) in the Orsetia Trilogy, and (2) mankind and god (s) in the Iliad by Homer? Indeed, you can pick one character’s relationship with the god (s) from each text: for example Orestes’ in the Orestia and Achilles in Iliad. (appx. 250 words)
Please Check this link, it is part of the material you have to read: https://www.ancient-literature.com/greece_aeschylus_oresteia.html
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