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U OF GENGL 1080Maria BroserFall

ENG 1080 Notes.docx

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U OF GENGL 1080Paul SalmonFall

ENGL1080 Lecture 9: _A Father’s Faith_ By Mariam Toews

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Non-fiction prose personal essay, but it draws heavily on prose fiction techniques; shows the importance of the story/the narrator. We tell stories to
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U OF GENGL 1080Paul SalmonFall

ENGL 1080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Hannah Moscovitch, Scale-Invariant Feature Transform

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Relationship/interdependence between drama as literature and drama as a live performance. Canadian culture is dominated by american/british culture, so
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U OF GENGL 1080Paul SalmonFall

Araby by James Joyce

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Literary canons change; they must be challenged and questioned. There was a struggle to legitimize canadian literature. Was not studied as an organized
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U OF GENGL 1080Paul SalmonFall

ENGL 1080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sonnet 130

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Mocking the ridiculous comparisons made in these poems. Ofends his mistress" looks for the entire sonnet, then proclaims his love for her anyways at th
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U OF GENGL 1080Paul SalmonFall

ENGL 1080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rohinton Mistry, Clark Gable, Canadian Literature

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Preoccupied with india, so he focuses on his home city at a. Vividly realist prose with a poetic quality, similar to joyce"s vivid. 1980s: immigrant vo
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U OF GENGL 1080Paul SalmonFall

_The Black Cat_ By Edgar Allan Poe

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Prose in this story is written in poetic language (patterns, motifs, Examines the depth of darkness in a human; the human soul can be. Willing suspensi
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U OF GENGL 1080Paul SalmonFall

ENGL1080 Lecture 8: The Death of the Moth by Virginia Woolf

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U OF GENGL 1080Paul SalmonFall

ENGL 1080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: My Last Duchess, Dramatic Monologue, Connotation

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U OF GENGL 1080Maria BroserFall

Araby

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This short story is written by the narrator who is talking in first person. We are unsure of his name and age, but it says in the story that he attends
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U OF GENGL 1080Michelle EllerayFall

ENGL 1080 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: The Chimney Sweeper, Synecdoche, Connotation

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U OF GENGL 1080Maria BroserFall

ENGL 1080 Lecture Notes - Pit Cave, No Expectations, Wild Beasts

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The huge green knight is disruptive and rude when intruding on the party, demanding to see. King arthur maintains his calm and collected attitude, and
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