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Literature and Composition I: Prose Fiction

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ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Malapropism, Parsley, Chisel
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Social Commentary Great Expectations can be understood as a critique of social inequities. Magwitch, for example, is the victim of an unjust society, the product of poverty, class discrimination, indifference, and cruelty...

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ENG1120 Lecture 12: ENG 1120 - Lecture 12
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Satis House: o Dickens names Miss Havishams house ironically. Satis is the Latin word for enough (we can recognize the same root word in the English words satisfaction and satisfactory). Estella interprets the name to mea...

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ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Satis House, The Yellow Wallpaper, Compeyson
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Outline the Elements of the Mystery Story in Great Expectations Dickens arranges his plot to conceal Pips benefactor until Pip has thoroughly deluded himself and must be shocked into selfawareness. The revelation of the b...

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ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Infant, Miss Havisham, Abel Magwitch
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Significance of Pips Name In the first paragraph of the novel, Pip initially knows himself only by his name, which is a childish diminutive occasioned by his inability to pronounce his real full name, Philip Pirrip. In a ...

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ENG1120 Lecture 10: ENG 1120 - Lecture 10
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Ending of Section 1: We see that the children at home in Toronto value the letters that they receive from their family members in the war because the letters have the smell of fire (67). Immediately after this, on the fi...

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ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Miss Havisham, Satis House, Abel Magwitch
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Unit 5: Great Expectations Charles Dickens Background Information - Great Expectations shows how one individual responds to a diversity of experiences, in the process learning more about the self and others...

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ENG1120 Lecture 9: ENG 1120 - Lecture 9
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Unit 4: The Wars Timothy Findley Relationship Between Past and Present The multiple beginnings of the narrative suggest that events themselves never have a clear beginning. While we often imagine that our lives, and even ...

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ENG1120 Lecture 7: ENG 1120 - Lecture 7
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Borders Thomas King (25563) [1] What is the significance of the title? o Tells the story of a child who travels with his mother from their home on a Blackfoot reserve in Southern Alberta to visit his sister in Salt Lake C...

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ENG1120 Lecture 8: ENG 1120 - Lecture 8
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Squatter Rohinton Mistry (30017) [1] What does Squatter suggest about multiculturalism in Canada? o The first few pages are dedicated to the Bombay retiree Nariman Hansotia and the younger residents of his apartment compl...

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ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Insomnia, Alistair Macleod
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The Boat Alistair MacLeod (22335) [1] How is the The Boat narrated? o The story is a firstperson recollection of childhood framed by an adult narrator. The narrator recounts his earliest recollections of his father and mo...

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ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Kate Chopin
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The Story of an Hour Kate Chopin (93-95) - [1] Why is Mrs. Mallards heart disease introduced in the first sentence of the story? o Significance is fully realized when the shock of seei...

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ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Katherine Mansfield, The Residents
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Araby James Joyce (12529) [1] What do the first three paragraphs tell us about the setting of the story? o In the first three paragraphs the physical setting of the story is established as well as the mood. The residents ...

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ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wallpaper, Eudora Welty
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Why I Live at the P.O. Eudora Welty (p. 15766) [1] What is the importance of the narrative point of view in the story? o Why I Live at the P.O. is a firstperson narrative; the character known as Sister tells the entire st...

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ENG1120 Lecture 2: ENG 1120 - Lecture 2
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Two Kinds Amy Tan (p. 29199) (Slide 27) [1] How does Two Kinds respond to the idea of the American dream? o The first sentence of the storyMy mother believed you could be anything you wanted to be in Americaintroduces a t...

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ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Margaret Atwood, Ernest Hemingway, Close Reading
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ENG 1120: Prose Fiction Unit 1: Short Stories Part 1 A Clean, WellLighted Place Ernest Hemingway (pg. 15356) [1] How would you explain the process of close reading? o Close reading: the process of examining a text slowly...

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Othello - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Othello Just The FactsCharacters ILLIAM SHAKESPEAREHARACTER SKETCHES WC Born 1564; died 1616 ameDescription N OthelloProtagonist Professional soldier; servant to Venice Moor; Moslem Negro from North Africa M...

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Death of a Salesman - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Death Of A Salesman Just the FactsSymbols ARTHUR MILLERMUSICTAPE RECORDER Born 1915 in Harlem, New York Epitomizes the mechanization of American society Music has major significance in the play Wrote many pl...

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English Composition - Reference Guides

TM permacharts English Composition English Composition 2nd EDITION THE SENTENCE Sentencesform the basis for written language and composition A sentence is a group of words that forms a complete thought It is easier to expr...

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English Grammar - Reference Guides

TM permacharts English Grammar English Grammar 2nd EDITION PARTS OF SPEECHSENTENCE TYPES A sentenceis a group of words that can stand DJECTIVESONJUNCTIONS AC on its own as a completed thought; it begins Describe nouns and ...

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English Verbs - Reference Guides

TM permacharts English Verbs English Verbs 2nd EDITION PRESENT TENSEPHRASAL VERBS A phrasal verbis a two part verb IMPLE PRESENT S consisting of a verb and a particle Expresses daily habits or usual Expresses general factu...

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Hamlet - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Hamlet StructureCharacters AIN PLOTHARACTER SKETCHES MC Act IIntroduction Presentation of setting, main characters, and central ameDescriptionameDescription NN themes HamletPrince of Denmark, son of Queen Ge...

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Julius Caesar - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Julius Caesar StructureThemes AIN PLOTONOR LOYALTYRUTH JUSTICE MHT Act IIntroduction Presentation of setting, main characters, and central Brutus believes it is honorable to kill Caesar for loyalty to the ...

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King Lear - Reference Guides

TM permacharts King Lear StructureThemes AIN PLOTEMOLITION OF ORDERED SYSTEMSPPEARANCE VS. REALITY MDA Act IIntroduction Presentation of the setting, main characters, and Without divine, human, and natural laws, nature is ...

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Macbeth - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Macbeth Just the FactsCharacters ILLIAM SHAKESPEAREHARACTER SKETCHES WC Born 1564; died 1616 ameDescriptionameDescription NN Playwright, actor, and poetMacbethThane of Glamis, later Thane of Cawdor, and even...

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English as a Second Language - Reference Guides

TM permacharts English as a Second Language English as a Second Language 2nd EDITION BASIC SENTENCE REQUIREMENTSSUBJECTVERB AGREEMENT All sentences must begin with a capital letter A verb must agree with its subject in per...

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