Class Notes for Michael Boughn

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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

pretty much every class, point form outline

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3 Dec 2010
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

eng210 notes

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3 Dec 2010
58
Novels in the course are paired together, with earlier and later versions. Papers must be analytic only: crucial to any literary analysis is to analyze
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

eng210 notes

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3 Dec 2010
46
He was 29 years old during the 2nd civil war; wrote a pamphlet in 1702-satirically represented. England: 2 civil wars the intolerance of right-wing est
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

eng210 notes

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3 Dec 2010
40
European history, divisions: classical (rome, greece, medieval: fall of rome to 14-15th bc- contrast of representation; the way it is organized, modern
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

Main concepts for easy reference and study

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10 Jan 2011
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC03

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28 Sep 2011
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Iconography very flat (2d) (no interest in creating a 3d illusion) Exist in a space in what matters is what"s up and down, not behind or in front: the
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC02

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28 Sep 2011
24
Novel tell stories of ordinary people (us), either singularly or a group, in a specific setting/world (social world in realistic sense: a long prose na
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

Lecture notes for Nov 9

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19 Dec 2011
18
Specifying for ourselves a vocab that works with the challenge of the text. Troubled relationship between writing, representation, and life that is emb
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC05

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28 Sep 2011
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

Lecture

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17 Jan 2011
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC09

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11 Oct 2011
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Can"t stop with liking/not liking a novel or even why in literary analysis. Crusoe literary character; figure of a text. Text = embodiment of a certain
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

Lecture notes for Nov 18

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19 Dec 2011
19
Drive to compose the world in a language that is true to the knowledge of something called. These are all elements of a worldview, cosmology that is as
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