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Class Notes for ENGL121 at University of Alberta (U OF A)

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Lady of Shalott questions and hints/answers

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Romanticism

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ENGL121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Density Dependence, Directional Selection, Generation Time

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Office hours for midterm: wed 12:30- 1:30 (regular hours) Has a lot to do with birth dynamics* Nt+1 = nt + b + i d e (number of individuals in a popula
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ENGL121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Metapopulation, Phenology, Habitat Destruction

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Hand in next week: drawing and concept map* Process of nutrient enrichment of aquatic systems and the ecosystem and ecological responses that occur. Pr
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Jekyll and Hyde

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Jekyll and hyde discussion questions representative of the worries and issues that were going on in the late. 19th century split personality: jekyll is
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William Blake analysis

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Wife of Bath's Tale, Formal Elements

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ENGL121 Lecture Notes - Brainstorming, Iceberg

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ENGL121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sexual Selection, Polygynandry, Egg Cell

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Haplodipoloidy: your sibling is more closely related to you than your offspring. Dad is haploid: each sibling gets 100% of dads genes. Mom: diploid: on
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Paradise Lost

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The Sublime (Romanticism)

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In terms of romantic poetry, refers to awe and power inspired by more often than not nature. Nature becomes an inspiration for those who meditate on it
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Coleridge and Shelley info

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