Class Notes for Neta Gordon

BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Speaker of the Poem (Lecture 7)

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3 Oct 2011
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Progress exam--> listen to analysis" and explain how we got there. Who is speaking the poem? the voice heard in a poem is the voice of the speaker, not
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

The Others - Genre 1

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14 Nov 2011
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonWinter

January 18th.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Lecture #5+6 for ENGL 1F95

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12 Oct 2011
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Literary Terms for Sonnet

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13 Nov 2011
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonSummer

feb 6.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Monday, february 6, 2012 y a midsummer night s dream y. Hermia: if then true lovers have been ever cross d wishes and tears, poor fancy s followers (l.
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonWinter

February 1.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Draws attention to a theme: how genders negotiate a certain position. Quote on page 1386 rocking chair is empty, there sat mrs. wright . Symbol? (does
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonWinter

January 16th.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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They confuse matters by telling lies if pressed. The white people, sometimes credulous it is further complicated by (89) Then the narrators switch agai
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

jan 9.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Wide sargasso sea is like the prequel to jane eyre. Allusion: a passing reference without explicit identification, to a literary or historical person,
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonSummer

feb 8.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Essay: this is how the house is represented in one story and this is how it is represented in the other story. Midsummer night"s dream: shakespeare imm
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

January 11th.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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There is always a separation between voice or persona and the authorial voice or tone of the text. When considering who is speaking, its important to c
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

ENGL 1F95 Lecture Notes - Lyric Poetry, Persona, Assonance

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13 Oct 2011
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