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Lecture 8

ENGLISH 3G06 Lecture 8: Wordsworth

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Department
English
Course Code
ENGLISH 3G06
Professor
Dr.Andrew Mc Kendry

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Final Exam - 25% - 2 parts (passage identification – quotes looked at in class - and long answer)  Answer 3 out of 4 questions in each part - Covers units 3 and 4 - You may NOT use the same text more than once  You may mention it but it should not be the main focus of more than one answer Essay - Don’t follow the plot William Wordsworth, “The World is Too Much With Us” (1807) - The poem is more complex than it looks - How the poet is imagined in relation to the rest of the world - He doesn’t want to be part of this world - He wants to be part of the Pagan world that is outside of the Christian world that has ruined t
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