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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

ENGLISH 1A03 Lecture Notes - Gaston Bachelard, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wallpaper

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The change of our psychological experiences: the sudden glimpse of freedom and stirring of imagination. The experience of confinement and the attempt t
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

ENGLISH 1A03 Lecture Notes - Kate Chopin

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Exam question assignment - due monday april 1. Submit 5 essay questions to be potentially included in the exam. Each question should be suitable for a
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

ENGLISH 1A03 Lecture Notes - Spondee, Trochee, Personal Pronoun

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25 Feb 2013
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Riddle: how all the parts of a poem relate to, or connect with, each other. The all-important crossover effect: where charm begins to riddle and riddle
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

ENGLISH 1A03 Lecture Notes - Musical Instrument

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Say what you see > do this when reading a poem first. Hunger, food, feeding > a sense of needs and replenishment of these needs. Each note pleaded to l
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

1A03 Day 11.docx

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25 Feb 2013
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How words hold together and how they are used. Words both follow one another and are arranged in relation to each other. Poetry is to prose what short
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

1A03 Day 7.docx

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What was the point of asking which guy : how naturally we read subtle codes. Three different kinds of images: a cognitive item, this is as simple as th
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

ENGLISH 1A03 Lecture Notes - Katherine Mansfield

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15 Mar 2013
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Dollhouses and short fiction: dollhouses allow us to see things more clearly, a smaller version of a larger story. We are lured into the miniature beca
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ENGLISH 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Grammatical Relation, Alliteration, List Of Narrative Techniques

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We don"t fixate on what poems mean We teach a process; the process itself is our content. Harder to take notes on process, but we concentrate on their
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

ENGLISH 1A03 Lecture Notes - Sonnet 130, Edmund Spenser, John Donne

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25 Feb 2013
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To constitute or compose a usually basic element, part, or characteristic of: to produce (a tense) by inflection, to make (a word) by derivation or com
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

1A03 Day 12 (Cask of Amontillado).docx

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4 Mar 2013
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The entire story revolves around, and moves inexorably toward, the impression and the single unthinkable fat of this crime. The story takens on meaning
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

ENGLISH 1A03 Lecture Notes - Norm (Social)

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25 Mar 2013
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Addiction of heroin puts him in a state of mind that releases him from his conditions. Music puts him in an alternative state of mind that transforms h
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MCMASTERENGLISH 1A03Jeffery DonaldsonWinter

ENGLISH 1A03 Lecture Notes - Gaston Bachelard, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wallpaper

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13 Mar 2013
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The change of our psychological experiences: the sudden glimpse of freedom and stirring of imagination. The experience of confinement and the attempt t
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