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Department
English
Course
ENGB03H3
Professor
Sonja Nikkila
Semester
Fall

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ENGB03: Lecture 6 Focus: Is the narrator necessary? The perils of interpretation: misreading, over­reading, under­reading Narrative gaps and building your bridge: tracing themes & measuring weight The many Penelopes Essay #1: ­close reading & critical thinking (require careful attention and deliberate argumentation) ­we we really expect answers in the first two paragraphs? Is “I wonder if” the same thing as “I  expect that”? speculation is not the same as expectation ­interpretation issues: Everyone is so sure that dreams are omens (or rather, were omens…). But  everyone has different (good!) ideas about hat they “obviously” mean ­make sure you’re on topic (this one: “Expectations”, next one: the narrator/narration) ­little things matter: grammar,  syntax, punctuation MLA format Complete, descriptive essay tittle Proofread (DO IT ALOUD) Lecture Question: Tell me about your all­time favorite character. Or do it desert­island­disc style: Five favorite characters You can offer explanations if you want, but it’s not necessary password: forgetful prof ­the power of the text the way the plot is constructed what it makes you feel the power of th
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