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ENG210Y1
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ENG210 Sept 13
Character self
Plot time
Setting space
o
Three aspects that determine a novel
Old vs. modern
o
Robinson Crusoe Foe
o
Tristram Shandy Moby Dick
o
Emma Little Casino
o
Great Expectations Great Expectations
o
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man At Swim-Two-Birds
o
Mrs. Dalloway The End of the Story
Writing analysis the ability to understand the context and the language of a text,
not only its meaning
Novels are about individuals who stand only for themselves
Someone we could recognize as a person
Takes place in an ordinary world
Time occurs in a way we recognize
Real material world, governed by laws we recognize as well as laws of nature
In a social world interacting with other people
Romance is a narrative that has elements of the fantastic
The novel starts with Daniel Defoe and ends supposedly with Virginia Woolfe and
James Joyce
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ENG210 Sept 13 Character self Plot time Setting space o Three aspects that determine a novel Old vs. modern o Robinson Crusoe Foe o Tristram Shandy Moby Dick o Emma Little Casino o Great Expectations Great Expectations o Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man At Swim-Two-Birds o Mrs. Dalloway The End of the Story Writing analysis the ability to understand the context and the language of a text,
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