Class Notes for ENGB30 at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

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UTSCENGB30Laura Jane WeyFall

lecture 2

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5 Oct 2011
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - Merriam-Webster, Multiple Choice, Franz Kafka

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20 Nov 2012
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cronus, Pseudohistory, Traditional Story

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4 Oct 2015
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Thus need to specify which text you are refereeing to. Laying effect: existence of alternative versions that parallel, complement, or contradict one an
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - Dactylic Hexameter, Epithets In Homer, Odysseus

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20 Nov 2012
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Greek: long syllable followed by two short syllables. English : stressed syllable followed by two unstressed syllables (eg. simile ; horrible ; buffalo
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Wednesday September 12, 2012

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24 Sep 2012
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - Sea Foam, Cronus, Genealogy

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6 Feb 2013
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3 hundred-handed and 3 cyclopes and 12 titans. Hestia (v), poseidon, demeter, hades, hera and zeus. Participants of the war between the titans and the
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - The Cocktail Party, Complete Control

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20 Nov 2012
30
Echoes of alcestis in the cocktail party: major plot details. The unexpected guest (who drinks and sings: don"t go yet! (28;30) Edward doesn"t know abo
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - Hamlet Q1, Theatricality, Atreus

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27 Nov 2012
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The ethos of the homeric qorld: arete (excellence) For penelope: loyal toward family/husband, framed in terms of constancy and chastity. Wiith enduring
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - Ovid, Truancy

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20 Nov 2012
37
Ovid (publius ovidius naso) (43bc-17ad?: author of metamorphoses (8 ce; 15 books, exiled by rome"s first emperor augustus in 8 ce, ostensibly for a poe
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - Group For The Study Of Reactive Motion

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20 Nov 2012
21
Some important changes to the prometheus story in aeschylus"s. Focus on a time after the commencement of prometheus"s punishment rather than before. Al
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - Chinese Whispers, Merriam-Webster

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24 Sep 2012
28
There are many references to them, helps form understanding of other works: purpose of looking at these figures (prometheus, pygmalion, hercules, ulyss
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ENGB30 Lecture Notes - Atreus, Iliad, Odysseus

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20 Nov 2012
22
Main source of tales of the trojan war. ); tradition of homer as blind wandering bard: the iliad generally accepted as the oldest literary work in west
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