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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Margaret Atwood, Metafiction, Transnationalism

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11 Mar 2020
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Modernist novel in canada: double hook, as for me and my house, beautiful losers. Historical metafiction: the wars, alias grace, beautiful losers (writ
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Madeleine Thien, Cultural Assimilation, Synchronicity

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11 Mar 2020
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Second infancy swimming lessons as an adult. Title: challenges one single lesson for cultural assimilation. Writing as a source of salvation, redemptiv
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Haisla Nation, Kitimat, Magic Realism

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11 Mar 2020
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Kitimaat in british columbia, haisla culture cultural hybridity. Gothic tropes of canadian literature pop culture horror and pulp fiction. Children who
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: The Double Hook, The Fisher King, First Nations

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11 Mar 2020
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Man who murders mother and flees only to be dragged back by his responsibilities (fatherhood). New family founded on the ruins of the old family (liter
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Timothy Findley, Character Theory, Precognition

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11 Mar 2020
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Robert ross is not based on a single person. We find out that he dies in the first few pages, has something to do with horses. Something about him will
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Dionne Brand, Asian Canadians, Canadian Identity

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11 Mar 2020
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What we all long for dionne brand. Reading characters for their regional character rather than their national character more than one identity. The nat
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Michael Ondaatje, Nuclear Weapon, Double Consciousness

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11 Mar 2020
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People project their interpretation on the patient (he is a blank canvas) Telling a history but not a canadian history. Representation of the national
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Short Story Cycle, Alice Munro, Mental Disorder

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11 Mar 2020
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Lives of girls and women alice munro. Positions us regionally and spatially, positions del in relation to other characters. This short story collection
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Jeff Lemire, Dementia, Ambiguous Image

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11 Mar 2020
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First book: tension between yearning for escape and accepting your surroundings superheroes. Rural setting is bleak and stark like the drawing of the c
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Lucy Maud Montgomery, Happy House, Bildungsroman

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11 Mar 2020
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Emily of new moon lucy maud montgomery. Developed and complicated an understanding of the romance novel. Dark tone, elements of idealism that is simila
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nalo Hopkinson, Black Canadians, Code-Switching

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11 Mar 2020
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Brown girl in the ring nalo hopkinson. Canadian science fiction and fantasy combined, race and ethnicity in speculative fiction (trickster figures) Lin
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sinclair Ross, Unreliable Narrator, Soltyrei

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11 Mar 2020
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As for me and my house - sinclair ross. To designate a recurrent mode in various eras and literary forms of representing human life and experiences in
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Margaret Atwood, Metafiction, Pzl P.11

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11 Mar 2020
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The problem of telling all metafictional biography about someone who lies and who doesn"t give freely of herself (doesn"t disclose every aspect of hers
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UTSGENG353Y1Angelo MureddaFall

ENG353Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kateri Tekakwitha, Leonard Cohen, Historical Method

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11 Mar 2020
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Foregrounds his presence (his image) in his works doppelgangers. The bodily and the spiritual moves between the sacred and the profane. Character is tr
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Bsc Young Boys, Cross-Dressing

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5 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Relate

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5 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Gallathea, Shrew

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5 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture 9: All's Well That Ends Well - Shakespeare’s Body

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5 Sep 2019
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Shakespeare"s body - all"s well that ends well. Scene of exposure: play is a satire; expose people for who they are. Reductive reducing people down to
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Leontes, Family Reunion, Shrew

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5 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture 7: Romeo and Juliet – Shakespeare’s Daughters

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture 6: Richard III - The Birth of Shakespeare

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4 Sep 2019
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1592 reference to shakespeare being a playwright in london, enters into history, born into the identity that he has today (man of the theatre) Green -
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Postern, Apophasis, Litotes

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cuckold, Brabantio, Roderigo

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4 Sep 2019
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Shakespeare married at 18 to anne hathaway, 26 and pregnant. Ending of all"s well is an exaggeration of shakespeare"s younger self getting married . Be
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Rebecca Nurse, Revenge Play, Friar Laurence

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG220Y1Jeremy LopezFall

ENG220Y1 Lecture 2: Antony and Cleopatra

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyWinter

ENG215H1 Lecture 9: Wedding Gift & Years of Her Life

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyWinter

ENG215H1 Lecture 10: Traplines & Kuala Lumpur

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyWinter

ENG215H1 Lecture 11: Varieties of Exile by Mavis Gallant

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyWinter

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Madeleine Thien, Peace Offering, Canadian Identity

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyWinter

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Olympic Weightlifting, Antireligion, Consumerism

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyWinter

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Literary Realism, Stoicism, Sinclair Ross

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4 Sep 2019
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyWinter

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Teachable Moment, Frame Story, Helicopter Parent

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30 Aug 2019
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How to tell if your frog is dead by julie roorda. Teaching children about death, diversity etc through taking care of the frog. Natural human instinct
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyWinter

ENG215H1 Lecture 4: Human Elements and The Resurrection Plant

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30 Aug 2019
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah Caskey

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Telling Stories, Free Verse, Centrality

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30 Aug 2019
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Tracing roots of the short story back to oral narratives, part to the history. A culture"s mythic stories, the oldest form, orality (bread speaking to
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah Caskey

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Critics And Awards Program For High School Students, Margaret Atwood, Metafiction

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30 Aug 2019
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah Caskey

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Michael Crummey, Elizabeth Bowen, Flash Fiction

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30 Aug 2019
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How they change the genre to their own cultural and aesthetic needs. Traditional plot/pattern: canadian writers challenge certain unique or single effe
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UTSGCLA204H1Jody CundySummer

CLA204H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pater Familias, Sacred Dance, Ferula Communis

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30 Aug 2019
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UTSGCLA204H1Jody CundySummer

CLA204H1 Midterm: Name, Places & Terms Review Sheet

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30 Aug 2019
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UTSGCLA204H1Jody CundySummer

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Symposium, Hetaira, Pithos

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30 Aug 2019
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UTSGCLA204H1Jody CundySummer

CLA204H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Herodorus, Euhemerus, Palaephatus

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30 Aug 2019
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Xenophanes gods don"t behave like human beings (homer, hesiod) gods shouldn"t look like us unless we created them. Hercules movie 2014 very human hercu
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