Write a traditional interpretive argument on one of the final books (Euripides Hecuba, Platos Phaedo, Ecclesiastes, or Marcus Aurelius Meditations).

Write a traditional interpretive argument on one of the final books (Euripides Hecuba, Platos Phaedo, Ecclesiastes, or Marcus Aurelius Meditations).
Sample previous prompt: Choose any passage from The Odysseybe it a speech, a dialogue, a Homeric simile, a description, and so onand write a 3-to-4-page essay in which you make a case for why the passage is meaningful and what it reveals about something larger than itself. In other words, you will make an argument about what you see as implicit in the passage.