1. “Late Medieval Art, Literature, and Plague”Please respond in a primary posting of at least 175 words. In addition, please make a substantive comment of at least 75 words to at least one [1] of your classmates. Subsequent comments may be shorter.Quote a one (1) or two (2) line section that you enjoy from Petrarch, Chaucer, Boccaccio, or Christine de Pisan, and provide your reason(s) for the choice. Next, describe the historical significance of the writer whose work you have chosen. Comment on the degree to which the Black Death epidemic (1347-1350 CE) impacted that writer’s work. Compare the writer you chose to a specific writer (whether prose writer or poet or lyricist) of modern times.USE ATLEAST ONE REFERENCE FROM THE EXPLOREExploreLate Medieval Art, Literature, and PlagueChapter 13 (pp. 449-453, 456, 462-3), Boccaccio; (pp. 453-4), Petrarch; (pp. 454-6), Chaucer; (pp. 455-457), Christine de PisanChapter 13 ( 449-451, 458), The PlagueThe Plague at http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/black_death_of_1348_to_1350.htm2. “The Classical Tradition reborn”Please respond in a primary posting of at least 175 words. In addition, please make a substantive comment of at least 75 words to at least one [1] of your classmates. Subsequent comments may be shorter.Identify two (2) classical Greek and / or Roman figures or qualities in any work by Michelangelo or by Raphael. Discuss the primary reasons why popes and other patrons might allow such trappings of ancient pagan culture within a Christian society, even in sacred contexts. Provide a rationale for your response. Describe any modern structure or sculpture or work of art where you can identify either ancient pagan images or features, or a mix of elements from different cultures and periods.USE ATLEAST ONE REFERENCE FROM THE EXPLOREExploreMichelangelo and Raphael: The Classical Tradition RebornChapter 15 (pp. 494-5, 505-513), Stylistic features and imagery from ancient classical art and myth; review Week 4 Music Folder 2Sistine Chapel tour at http://smarthistory.khanacademy.org/sistine-chapel-ceiling.htmlSistine Chapel information at http://www.wga.hu/frames-e.html?/html/m/michelan/3sistina/index.htmlSistine Chapel theory at http://karlzipser.com/michelangelo.html