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Prof LOverman's English 259 spring 2021

WEEKLY SCHEDULE 6-10
Class Tuesday Thursday
  3/2 zoom 3/4 asynchronous

Wk 6

The Structure of an Argument Paper; Title, Intro Conclusion

How to Compose a Paper about Literature; Developing a Thesis; What is at Stake? Signposting

 

Due in Class: OlaudahEquiano

  1.  Handout in Canvas,  Selections from Olaudah Equiano’s Interesting Narrative; “Olaudah Equiano,” (192-199)
  2. Group Presentation: ????
  3. Presentation Reponse
    Due outside of and prior to class:
  1. Essay 1 outline due uploaded in Canvas prior to class.
  2.  
    Due in Class:
  1. Respond to assigned group members
  3/9 zoom 3/11 asynchronous

Wk 7

 

Norton Anthology [NA] Vol E

The Victorian Age: Victorian Women – Historical Context

 

 

 

 

 

    Due in of class:

    elizabethbarrettbrowning

    1. “The Victorian Age,” (3-29)
    2. Elizabeth Barrett Browning” (109)
    3. Aurora Leigh” (124-137)
    4. Mary Wollstonecraft: Selections from “A Vindication of the Rights of Women” (221-249) in NA Vol D
    5. Group Presentation: ????
    6. Presentation Reponse
    Due outside of and prior to class:
  1. Journal #5 due prior to class. Once in Canvas click on Discussion due for this week read prompt & post a reply
  2. Essay 1 due Friday 1155pm in TI via Canvas
  3.  

    Due In Class:

    johnstuartmill

  1. Must also post a minimum of TWO replies to classmates.
  2. John Stuart Mill (71-74)
  3. “The Subjection of Women” (90)
  4. The ‘Woman Question’: The Victorian debate About Gender” (653)
  5. sarastickneyellisSarah Stickney Ellis “The Women of England” (656-658)
  6. coventrypatmoreCoventry Patmore “The Angel in the House” (659)
  7.  

  3/16 Spring Break No CLASS 3/18 Spring Break No CLASS

Wk 8

no school spring break

no school spring break
  3/23 zoom 3/25 asynchronous

Wk 9

Norton Anthology [NA] Vol E

Elizabeth Gaskell

Background Reading:
Thomas Babington Macaulay; William Howard Russell; James Anthony Froude; John Jacob Thomas; T.N. Mukharji

 

 

Due in Class:

  1. “Elizabeth Gaskell” (245) elizabethgasekelldrawing"The Old Nurse’s Story” (246)
  2. “Empire and National Identity,” 682)
  3. thomasbabingtonMacaulay: “From Minute on Indian Education” (686)
  4. williamrussellRussell:From My Diary in India” (688)
  5. Group Presentation: ????
  6. Presentation response
    Due outside of class:
  1. Journal #6 due prior to class. Once in Canvas click on Discussion due for this week read prompt & post a reply
  2.  
    Due in Class
  1. Must also post a minimum of TWO replies to classmates.
  2. jamesfroude Froude: “From The English in the West Indies” (695)
  3. jjthomasThomas: "From Froudacity,”( 698)
  4. trailokyaMukharji: “From A Visit to Europe” (701)
  3/30 zoom 4/1 asynchronous

Wk 10

 

Norton Anthology [NA] Vol F

Modernism

    Due in Class: josephconradhodcover
  1. “The Twentieth Century and After,” (3-30)
  2. “Joseph Conrad” (67)
  3. Heart of Darkness (71-95)
  4. Group Presentation: ????
  5. Presentation Reponse
    Review & Bring Handout from Projects link above:
  1. How to Read Literature
  2. Short Story Worksheet

 

 

Due outside of and prior to class:

  1. Journal #7 due prior to class. Once in Canvas click on Discussion due for this week read prompt & post a reply
  2.  
    Due in Class:
  1. Heart of Darkness (95-131)
  2. Must also post a minimum of TWO replies to classmates.