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Department
English
Course
EN 1002
Professor
All Professors
Semester
Winter

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Intertextualities EN 1002 – Summer 2010 – Cheryl Crawford Lecture 7 – July 15 Today - Intertextual and familial relationships. - Some sources for king lear. - Considering the play. - Research, writing and documentation. Back to Woolf - She was modern. - Her idea of the artist is Romantic. o Artist is a poet and lover. o In-tune with feelings. o A divine thing that calls you to be an artist. o A fearsome independent genius. - Chapter three were she suggests that art for her is very different. - Chapter 4 – ‘Masterpieces are not single and solitary works they are the outcome of many ye
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