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Fiction Before 1832

ENG322Y5 Lecture 1: September 15

September 15, 2015 ENG 322 Novel: orismology: study of technical te...

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ENG322Y5
Chris Koenig- Woodyard
"Shamela" - Fielding

ShamelaFielding Lecture 17 Oct 19 2011Richardson writes Shamela int...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Richardson, Sensibility, and the Sentimental Novel

Richardson Sensibility and the Sentimental Novel Lecture 16 Oct 17 ...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Pamela

Pamela Lecture 11 Oct 3 2011 page 93 o love affair with young Clerg...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Pamela, Writing and the Body

Pamela Writing and the Body Lecture 15 Oct 14 2011 Her obsession wi...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Sex and Violence in Pamela

Sex and Violence in Pamela Lecture 13 Oct 7 2011 sex and violenceen...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Hunter Article Continued

Hunter Article Continued Lecture 9Sept 28 2011 Social politicsEnlgi...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Hunter Article

Hunter Article Lecture 8Sept 26 2011 forms genres we do not conside...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Robinson Crusoe Continued

Robinson Crusoe Continued Lecture 7Sept 23 2011 epistemologytheoryp...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe Lecture 5Sept 19 2011 Defoe was 59 when he wrote an...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Robinson Crusoe Continued

Robinson Crusoe Continued Lecture 6Sept 21 2011 layer of timetime i...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Oronooko

Oroonoko Lecture 3 Sept 1411 boundaries between fact and fictionnar...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Oroonoko Continued

Oroonoko Continued Lecture 4 Sept 1611 stress on nobilitycharacterc...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
The Fair Jilt - Aphra Behn

The Fair JiltAphra Behn Lecture 2 Sept 1211 First professional woma...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
Lecture 1: Introduction - Novel vs. Fiction

thLecture 1 Introduction Sept911Novel vs Fiction1832Great Reform Ac...

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ENG322Y5
David Taylor
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