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Class Notes for ARTS1030 at University of New South Wales

Forms of Writing: Literature, Genre, Culture

ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Moodle
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1. 10318 Introduction Text: The Boat, Nam Le, published: 2008 Aim: Study of literary form and English literature through a wide range of texts Become introduced to specialised vocabulary of literary and textual analysis Es...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chiasmus, Anthony Giddens, William Faulkner
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3. 15/03/18 The Boat part 2 and Close Reading THE BOAT William Faulkner - Love and Honour o Nobel Prize acceptance speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOg30JBnik8 o He ...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pathetic Fallacy, Irony, Wield

10. 100518 King Lear Matter of dividing the kingdom public mixing with private Mark Van Doren Lear conflates his personal identity as a man and a father with his role as a king being in a position of total power, he conf...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture 9: Introducing drama - introduction to drama as a genre and a form, and introduction to King Lear

9. 30518 Introducing drama introduction to drama as a genre and a form Drama is a form of writing and a form of literature Literature that is written to be performed (not just read, not just read aloud) A play is in itsel...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture 11: Samuel Beckett’s Endgame (1957)

11. 170518 Samuel Becketts Endgame (1957) Connections between Engame and Lear Nothingness, existentialism Intro to context Endgame Despairing endpoint of late modernity (Endgame) social and cultural disaster, world wars,...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Pragmatism, National Collective, French Revolution

8. 260418 What else is poetry good for? (Typed no handwritten notes) Guest lecturer: Sean Pryor ASK lecturer how many sources to we need? Tamlin said we need at least 4 (best would be 7) Formal definitions of poetry are ...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Helen Darville, Frame Story, Verisimilitude

2. 80318 The Boat Genre Genres are continually changing and evolving Form and content are intrinsically connected Short Stories Short, minimal character development, condensation, focussed incident Impliedassumed backgroun...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture 12: Beckett's Endgame part 2

12. 240518 Beckett part 2 What is Loss? Nostalgia? Or relief? Nostalgia: Nagg and Ness reminisce about their amorous youth. They yearn for the past when the world offered possibility and experience. Ah yesterday! Nell eleg...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Chiasmus, Thesis Statement, Inductive Reasoning

5. Passing pt. 2 and Essay Writing Passing Binary structures of meaning Binaries operate in opposition Eg. masculine and feminine, black and white, upper class and lower class, rationality and emotion Western thought is or...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: De Rerum Natura, Edmund Spenser, Prothalamion

6. 120418 What is poetry good for? Example 1: Homer, Iliad, 2.484493 Written in Ancient Greece in Ancient Greek Geographical, anthropological record Contextually important and useful device for recording, disseminating inf...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: One-Drop Rule, Nella Larsen, Clara Reeve

4. 220318 The novel and Nella Larsens Passing The novel All about investigating issues of identity Aspect of modernity Transcendental homelessness The Eighteenth Century novel Extreme realism The new criticism Close readin...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Moodle

find more resources at oneclass.com 1. 10318 Introduction Text: The Boat, Nam Le (get from library tonight) Aim: Study of literary form and English literature through a wide range of texts Become introduced to specialised ...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett
ARTS1030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anthony Giddens, William Faulkner, Chiasmus

find more resources at oneclass.com 3. 150318 The Boat part 2 and Close Reading THE BOAT William Faulkner - Love and Honour Globalisation Important theme within The Boat Wide variety of settings and places Anthony Giddens ...

Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Humanities
ARTS1030
Kate Livett

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