“A Country Doctor” by Franz Kafka and “The Song of Wandering Angus” by William Butler Yeats

“A Country Doctor” by Franz Kafka and “The Song of Wandering Angus” by William Butler Yeats

This final exam will be broken up into two sections. Each one will contain a question requiring a long reply. There is no word count, but the answer should feel complete with good examples and analysis. With that said, a paragraph length answer is too short. Important: Many students have failed the final exam because they do not answer the prompt question until the end of the answer. The very first sentence of your reply should be your answer to the question. The rest of the time writing should be spent proving that answer (much like a thesis). Also, because this is not an MLA essay, no conclusion paragraph is required. Additionally, feel free to use first person (ex. I, me, my) in your replies. Grammar still counts. Section 1 Read “A Country Doctor” by Franz Kafka. Link: http://www.kafka-online.info/a-country-doctor.html Prompt Question: Is the doctor a good person? Why or why not? Section 2 Read “The Song of Wandering Angus” by William Butler Yeats. Link: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/55687/the-song-of-wandering-aengus Prompt Question: Is nature seen as benevolent or malevolent in the poem? Why or why not?