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ENG215 LEC03

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Department
English
Course
ENG215H1
Professor
Sarah Caskey
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 3Short storysingleminded and not like a sonnetoFewest strokes possibleShort story seems effortless and fluid to write when reading however it is in flact very difficult and challengingClose Reading PracticesoElaine ShowalterFrederick Philip GroveLazyboneLiterary realisma way of writingoDepiction of fictional characters and life in unrealistic ways oDeliberate use that doesnt Founder of not just literary realism but prairie realismCanadians male authors have been sympathetic to womenStory is about farmingGrove focuses on human domestic fieldElizabeth Hurstfrail yet strongoBegins a paragraphoHurst is her maiden nameindividualityWaltstill sleeping husbandst1 paragraph introduces settingsparse land Elizabeth lives on and tries to cultivateStereotype of women is to be beautiful however Grove implies Elizabeth to be independent from values of w
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