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Lecture

Lecture Note


Department
English
Course Code
ENG210Y1
Professor
Michael Boughn

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ENG210 Sept 15
Expectations: read and write better
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Look at process of reading from a new perspective
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Become sensitized to all levels of vibration from words on a page
Tone, humor, meaning, etc.
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Perceive and respond to words on a page
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Conventions, tone understanding that
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Articulate and make a case for your interpretation of the text
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Take control of the writing process
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Discuss the readings
Novels are crucial to know where we came from and where were going
Representation: what does it mean to represent?
Dimensions of a novel
Representation of a 3D world in a 2D world
People that you interact with are most important, not only the divine and the
underworld
Realism (formal)
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conventions
what we do
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represent time as a progressive event tied with causation
time is linear
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way that it treats people
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each person has a psychological intensity and depth of character
individuals
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14
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Century: Southern Europe
cultural change
transition form fundamentalism to modernity
the Enlightenment
Representation is modernism and pre-modernism
www.notesolution.com
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