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Class Notes for 2/10

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She reviewed some guidelines for the first writing assignment, there were student presentations and a Class Discussion on Dickens
History of Illustrated Text
Anna Bighta
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Date Created: 02/10/16
Class Notes: Week of 2/8 (exam) and 2/10 Writing Assignment 1 Basic Guidelines  look at a book at special collections 1800­1849— see attached book list on information  sheet on blackboard  learn as much as you can about your selected text o compare it to what you’ve read from Bleak House (chap 1­13)  MLA format o intext citation and works cited page (failure to include = no credit) o at least 5 source  See guiding questions on the instructions for what to write about  extra coolness points for adding images to essay  due March 2  2000­2200 words Presentations from the Class Participation Requirement  The Cannon of the Mass o large book, coat of arms from the bishop from the code of marta of a guild on the  cover  o silk page tabs on nearly every leaf o end pages are marble o contains musical scores and chats   The Books of Abraham Crowley o 1618­67; this edition printed in 1926 o portrait of author/poet  became famous at 15 Class Discussion:  what is illustration? o illustration can exist in many forms o concept of an illustration is fluid o are memes illustration?  it COULD be if there is a message that wouldn’t be obvious without text o diagrams of eyes are an illustration — include text o banksy street art is illustration even though there is no text because it is telling the viewer something  o bible illustrations are interpreted  how did cain kill able? we don’t know, people illustrate from their  imagination o graphic novel visuals establish the exposition, the characterization and the setting  illustration can be dominant portion of text work o illustration is still relevant in today’s time, whether hand illustrated or graphic!  Is dickens relevant in 2016? o yes  a voice that critiques the problems that we all deal with  something can be "dickenzian"  The Wire on TV is related to dickens — todays media replicating what  Dickens tried to do  satire still exists— other people that critique society  he has inspired modern writers  his texts use visualization, he reference cultural ways which his society  would see images o Who influenced Dickens?  William Hogarth  critiques society, meticulously composed scenes for visualization  purposes  encouragement for illustration and engraving o publication environment  high energy environment  very difficult to make it and survive in London— head of  illustration commits suicide and Dickens takes over  begins his publication career of a novel  steam press gets invented— 100,000s of sheets of paper per hour!  England cashes in on this, generates the newspaper that we  are familiar with today  Dickens was first serial producers — gets paid by the word, puts out  publication in a pamphlet/journal/magazine, 1 year of installments or so  similar to releasing a TV show in segments (X files, Orange is the  New Black)  keeps readers/watchers interested  France and England are exchanging illustration methods/styles at this time o Bleak House  published in 20 installments  2 illustrations per installments  worked with 18 artists in his life  Hablot K. Brown — the “Fhiz” from Bleak House (called that like the  soda)— illustrated Bleak House installments  some critiques argue its his best worth  illustration in fiction stayed around until about the turn of industry o Bleak Houses’ Content  Frontispiece  the wrapper— the covering of the work  drawn in marginal space  a reconstitution of the cycle  thematic narratives that relate to the text  Justice system was “blind” — justice givers are blind­ folded— relates to his description of the fog of justice in  the text  Kady Jellyby and The Little Old Lady illustrations  appear before the texts  “Fhiz” tells the story before Dickens 


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