Directions: For each number tell the following: a. Who said it b.What does this quote mean? (Explain in your own words) Quotations: 1. “I may not cut a stylish figure, but I hold my soul erect. I wear my deeds as ribbons, my wit is sharper than the finest mustache, and when I walk among men I make truths ring like spurs.” 2. “And it displeases me! As it would displease me if you became ugly.” 3. “Your true self has prevailed over your outer appearance. I now love you for your soul alone…I’d still love you if you suddenly became ugly!” 4. “I told her everything. It’s still you she loves!” 5. “Ah, I recognize you now: my old enemies! Lies…Compromise! And Prejudice! And Cowardice. Ah, there you are, Stupidity!” ESSAY In an essay discuss the ways in which a character from this unit fits and in some ways fails to fit the pattern of a romantic hero. In your introductory paragraph tell which character you have chosen to discuss as a romantic hero. Tell where the story is from and tell both the title and the author of the story he is from. In the first two or three paragraphs of the body, explain how your character does fit the pattern of the romantic hero. Use one paragraph for each trait your character has that fits the pattern, and give plenty of specific details to explain each trait. In the last paragraph of the body, explain how your character fails to fit the pattern of a romantic hero. Use specific details to explain how he tries to overcome this and whether he is successful or not. In your conclusion tell what you think Roxane has learned about what makes a true romantic hero and give your own opinion of such a man.