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Ancient Drama

ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sensation Novel, Wilkie Collins, Foreign Body

Narrativity 3/7 - disruptiveness of investigation, limited age...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Guy Mannering, French Revolution, Class Conflict

Balfour - works can sometimes be prophetic rather than prophe...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fourth Wall, Unreliable Narrator, Multiperspectivity

Narrativity - Brooks- detective fiction as an example of what...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Metonymy, Dada, Nuclear Family

Levine- Forms - social hierarchies- race, class, gender - ...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Stamen, Ecofeminism

Smith- Beachy Head - boat on the sea with spices, goods, slave...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Guy Mannering, Rhizome, False Necessity

Collin’s video - multiplicity- neither subject nor object, on...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Time Complexity, Mary Wollstonecraft, Reverse Engineering

The Last Man - incapability of women, expectation of men to b...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anna Laetitia Barbauld, Utopia, Dialectic

Kant says of the human race, “in connection with the mixture of goo...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Industrial Revolution, Heteronormativity, Class Conflict

Narrativity 2/8 Lukacs - historical novels began history, in...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
ENG 565A Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Chronotope, Solitary Confinement, Guy Mannering

Amours de voyage - letters claude to eustace and georgina to ...

English
ENG 565A
Jessie Reeder
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