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Since there is no class on Thursday, we’ll be barreling into Barthes for Monday. Please read the whole reading and prepare all the attached questions. It’s not easy, so set aside some time to work your way through it. Additionally, … Continue reading
I’ve put up a description of the topic for assignment 7. Please read it carefully and begin thinking now. The assignment requires you to interview an older adult, so Wednesday afternoon and Thursday this week will offer you a great … Continue reading
Read the Martin, Munroe, Hofstadter, Thomas, Moser, and Hruska readings (They’re all short, and we’ll end up discussing some of them on Tuesday). If it has questions, please answer them. If not, read it and write a short paragraph that … Continue reading
Finish both the Culler and the Lye. Read the Culler very carefully and do your best to take down main point of each paragraph (I’ll be checking). Be sure that you’re clear on his goal for the first half. Additionally, … Continue reading
Read the Culler from page 294 to the end. Also, print up the Lye and read sections I and II. Take careful notes on the Culler (it’ll be best to have them in your journal). It helps to write down … Continue reading
Please finish the Eagleton and read the Propp, taking care to answer all the questions. Additionally, print out this handout. Then, pick a popular folk or fairytale and see how many of Propp’s 31 functions fit that story. Briefly write … Continue reading
Please read the Eagleton (“What is Literature”) up to the end of the first paragraph on page 10 and answer up to question 4 on this worksheet. Take the Eagleton slowly, and be sure to think carefully through his examples. … Continue reading
Read Chabon’s “Secret Skin.” Answer the following questions: What is so special about capes? Do you consider superheroes/comic books worth close analysis? Are they worthy of literary consideration?
Hi Class, Here are some history essays from last year’s classes. Take a look and use them for inspiration. Masayoshi Son Cleopatra Heungseon Daewongun Benedict Arnold
Please come to class with your essays printed out and ready to be handed in. Also, read the Eggers chapter under the “Literature” tab and answer the questions.