Writing #1: Each tale, or primary text, is posted in this unit with a secondary texta scholarly source that adds more information to shed light on the primary source. In this exercise, you will respond to each item with a paragraph that is at least four sentences. It is fine to write more than that, even a couple paragraphs. Cite each source with proper in-text citation. If the text has page numbers, cite by page number. If the text has an author, cite by author (Hesiod, Knapp). If the text has both (like Knapp), give both author and page (ex. Knapp, 141). 1. Hesiod: The Notes to Hesiod give more background information about Hesiods Theogony. Discuss a significant point you found interesting in each of these four headings: Separation of Earth and Sky, The Birth of Athena, Hera and Haphoestus, and Gaia and Typhoeus.2. Amaterasu: Read the first four pages of the article by Bettina Knapp. What key points does Knapp make about Shinto religion? According to Knapp, how did the later Japanese religions Buddhism and Confucianism affect Japanese society?3. Amaterasu: Read the section on Knapp’s article titled “archetypal analysis” (pp. 148-53). Cite and discuss one point.4. Amaterasu: Read the section in Knapp’s article titled “Amaterasu versus Susano-Wo: Sibling Rivalry” (pp. 153-158). Cite and discuss two points you found interesting.