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BINGHAMTONENG 380YChristine GelineauSpring

ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Louise Bogan, Robert Frost

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Louise bogan started publishing in journals in 1912 and had her first book out in 1923. She began reviewing for the new yorker during 30s for 38 years.
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BINGHAMTONENG 280PSignorottiSpring

ENG 280P Lecture 11: CH-LIT Notes (Sleeping Beauty+Cinderella)

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Rape of talia justified because she is saved by children vs. kings wife, who never brought anything into the house (69) Problem with not having childre
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BINGHAMTONENG 280PSignorottiSpring

ENG 280P Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Talking Cricket, Candle Wick, Super Bowl Xxxvi

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Master antonio/ master cherry, find a piece of wood for a table leg, finds out it talks. Geppetto (called name polendina aka maize meal for his yellow
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BINGHAMTONENG 280Elizabeth SignorottiSpring

ENG 280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Identity Crisis, The Symbolic, Jacques Lacan

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Mini imperialist with set of rules and values. Alice and sister on bank: their activities. The endless fall: entering another world. state, or phase of
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BINGHAMTONENG 280Elizabeth SignorottiSpring

ENG 280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Psychodrama, Storytelling

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Peter pan"s parents say he needs to become a man. Weight upon middle class families (set in victorian england) Audience participation, children and adu
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BINGHAMTONENG 515AJamesSpring

ENG 515A Lecture 5: Response 5

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This week s reading talks about how the east india company turned into a ruling body by coming forward and re-establishing the governing structure and
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BINGHAMTONENG 380YChristine GelineauSpring

ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: W. B. Yeats, Lyric Poetry, Everyman

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Poetry and more particularly lyric poetry is not concerned with the large cataclysms that shake wall street or the halls of congress. Lyric poetry is a
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BINGHAMTONENG 330GMaloneyFall

ENG 330G Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Petrarchan Sonnet, Incest, Fabliau

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BINGHAMTONENG 320Mihir ParekhFall

ENG 320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Amartya Sen, Gentrification, Neoliberalism

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BINGHAMTONENG 380FPraseeda GopinathSpring

ENG 380F Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Jazz Club, Promiscuity, Blackboard

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BINGHAMTONENG 515AJamesSpring

ENG 515A Lecture 58: Response 1

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In this reading, i came to know how the argument on the distinction of the two widely spoken languages in the subcontinent was more of a political issu
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BINGHAMTONENG 380YChristine GelineauSpring

ENG 380Y Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gluttony, Mr. Tumnus

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Loyalty seems to be the prevalent theme and driving motive behind the characters in the. Loyalty in the lion, the witch and the wardrobe. This theme is
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