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British and Anglophone Literature from 1750 to the Present

by: Paul Hoppe MD

British and Anglophone Literature from 1750 to the Present ENGLISH 216

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Paul Hoppe MD
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Colin Gillis

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Paul Hoppe MD on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ENGLISH 216 at University of Wisconsin - Madison taught by Colin Gillis in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see /class/205113/english-216-university-of-wisconsin-madison in Foreign Language at University of Wisconsin - Madison.


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Date Created: 09/17/15
Eng 216 Gillis Final Lecture 12142010 82600 PM Conclusion and Review 1 The Final Exam o a Instructions o b What we re looking for o c How to study 2 Some Big Themes o a Reason vs Tradition o b Modernity o c Genre 3 Parting Thoughts 5 minutes per ID 1015 minutes quotation analyses 1 essay 4 works 10 minutes per work 40 minutes 6 out of 9 ID39s Taken from the Keywords 4 out of 7 Quotations Author title speaker Close Reading Relation to a larger theme of the course 1 Essay 1 out of 4 topics 4 texts but at least one before the midterm Organizing idea and introduction Thesis should be flexible Do not try to lump all texts into one thesis Discussion on each text is most important 1 MasteryKnow the works in the course Backward and forward 2 Clear Writing Clear and precise 3 Subversive Examples For example Claims must be backed up using that phrase No Plot summaries Scenes in detail that prove your thoughts and ideas Read Notes Use Flash Cards Some Big Themes o Reason vs Tradition o Burke and Wollstonecraft traditions or modern thought 0 Naipaul and Gates can be modern Burke39s Traditions are only way to preserve social order 0 WFB colonialism 0 Do not put authors into one or the other o Modernity 0 Modern Period Revolution Controversy in England Begins Break or departure from something earlier Conceives modernity in different way Vindication vs Waste Land n Waste Land is modernity o Naipaul One out of many Modernity taking place in only certain parts of the world 0 O O o Genre 0 Multiple topics 0 Type or kind of literature 0 Several different genre39s covered in the course Parting Thoughts 12142010 82600 PM 12142010 82600 PM


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