ENGB03H3 Lecture 3: January 22

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You have to play both sides (you have to play both the prosecuting and defence lawyer using the evidence from the story) To get a (cid:862)(cid:271)ette(cid:396) ans(cid:449)e(cid:396)(cid:863: use evidence from the text, quote di(cid:396)e(cid:272)tl(cid:455), then (cid:862)unpa(cid:272)k(cid:863) (cid:455)ou(cid:396) (cid:395)uotation (cid:894)(cid:395)uote, then e(cid:454)plain(cid:895) To get a not-wrong answer: avoid reading errors/misunderstanding what the text says. Reading errors misreading: eliot proves that the sisters are both ignorant and conceited. Changes in style or form or genre. They have their own reasons for not wanting to get married right away. The(cid:455) fall in lo(cid:448)e (cid:449)ith people that the(cid:455) don"t (cid:396)eall(cid:455) kno(cid:449) Dorothea has a very idealized image of what she wants in a partner. Diffe(cid:396)ent (cid:272)lass, up(cid:271)(cid:396)inging (cid:894)one"s a gu(cid:455), and one"s a gi(cid:396)l; edu(cid:272)ation(cid:895) Thesis: in the novel middlemarch, despite their different social classes, dorothea and mr. Lydgate are very idealistic; care about their education; and they fall in love with people that the(cid:455) don"t (cid:396)eall(cid:455) kno(cid:449).

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