FinalExamReview.pdf ENGL 2210 - 004
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Date Created: 12/05/15
Final Exam Review 3 blue books and a pen 3 parts 50 minutes each with turn ins any order we want shortest first be as specific and concrete as possible even though quotes aren t expected bc closed book avoid plot summary best way to study is to go over notes and make sure know two texts etc well PART 1 passage analysis like midterm by the bog of cats song By the Bog of Cats written my Marina Carr little Josie sings some but it s printed at the end of the book last page analyze and talk about it s one theme and how it relates to play as a whole quote from passage word are important kind of like a folk ballet PART 2 Oil on Water concepts of modernity and otherness write an essay discussion how we can see Oil on Water as a text about otherness examples of ways in my notes focus on one type of otherness not multiples PART 3 discuss Oil on Water in relation to any other text we have read this semester that I feel it is most closely linked to NOT OTHERNESS but can do theme characterization style narrator 1st person tone genre use of location etc has to give a sense of why these two texts are put together and what links them in your mind
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