En Comp 2 notes 4/11-4/15
En Comp 2 notes 4/11-4/15 EN 1113
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Date Created: 04/18/16
En Comp 2 notes 413 HW for Fri 4/15 Find draft of Fiction essay due in envelope: Grade sheet Final draft (minimum 3 pages) Fictional exercise (4one/each story) SafeAssign subs due by 11:59 pm Read: GFC “Elements of Poetry” 309311 Note: Final Exam Schedule Thursday May 5 th 811 am In this room Works Cited for story from MSUR Example: Erdrich, Louise. “The Red Convertible.” MSU Reader: Selections for EN 1113Comp II. Eds. Ann Spurlock, et al. Second Custom Edition for Mississippi State University. New York: Pearson, 2016. 3643. Print. th Poetry packet due in class Wednesday April 27 IN CLASS. LATE PACKETS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. IF LATE, 0/100 POINTS WILL BE AWARDED. If packet is late, it cannot be used during final exam. There will be no SafeAssign for the Poetry packet. En Comp 2 notes 415 HW or Mon 4/18 Read: “The Road Not Taken” MSUR 203 and the bio for Frost MSUR 520 “Those Winter Sundays” MSUR 304 and the bio for Hayden MSUR 523 “The Red Wheelbarow” Williams Carolos Williams: So much depends (stanza 1, line 1) upon (stanza 1, line 2) a red wheel (stanza 2, line 2) barrow (stanza 2, line 3) glazed with rain (stanza 3, line 3) water (stanza 3, line 4) beside the white (stanza 4, line 5) chickens (stanza 4, line 6) Poetry: concerned with ideas and insights expressed through highly senseorientated language Structure info for Poems Stanzas: a group of lines separated from other groups (unit of meaning) Lines Count from top to bottom; don’t start over at stories Enjambed lines: no punctuation at end of line – pulls reader down to next line to complete with the unit of meaning Endstopped lines: punctuation at end of lines; signals, the end of a unit meaning Words at end of lines are often placed there for emphasis of significance of meaning
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