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BROCK UENGL 1F91Prof.KnealFall

ENGL 1F91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Philip Larkin, The Sun Rising, Theocentricism

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4 Oct 2011
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The sun rising - john donne (606) lovers seasons. We are not imitating the world, the world out there is imitating us. Metaphysical paradox: this is th
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Speaker of the Poem (Lecture 7)

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3 Oct 2011
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Progress exam--> listen to analysis" and explain how we got there. Who is speaking the poem? the voice heard in a poem is the voice of the speaker, not
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Lecture 6

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3 Oct 2011
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Millay, what lips my lips have kissed (norton 1071); Gilbert, sonnet: the ladies" home journal (norton 1074); Metaphors and similes depend on the compa
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Levels of Reading (Important Note)

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3 Oct 2011
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Pay particular attention in how it is put together the how differs literature from history, or sociology. What themes or issues does the text seem to g
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

ENGL 1F95 Lecture Notes - Martianus Capella, Dialectic, F. R. Leavis

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3 Oct 2011
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Form and genre will be discuss almost every class. 5th century medieval writer, martianus capella wrote allegory, de nuptiis philologiae et. Allegory i
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Lecture 3: Literary Terms for the sonnet

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3 Oct 2011
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Volta ( a change in thought, in feeling etc. ) Rhyming couplet (two lines of poetry that rhyme) Scansion (analysis of metric patterns in poetry see pag
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Lecture 3 1F91

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3 Oct 2011
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Sonnet 75 (na 437) poet writing about writing. Mutability (tide comes in to wash away name) The power of language to make someone immortal. Steps to di
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Lecture 5

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3 Oct 2011
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Why? roadmap that has argumentative ideas going on as well. Simile/metaphor: a comparison between two distinctly different things is indicated or sugge
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BROCK UENGL 1F95Neta GordonFall

Lecture 4

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3 Oct 2011
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Interpretive and analytical data for constable"s my lady"s presence makes the roses red. Main comparison in the poems links lady"s power to sun"s power
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BROCK UENGL 1F91Prof.KnealFall

ENGL 1F91 Lecture Notes - Sestet, Petrarchan Sonnet, Quatrain

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3 Oct 2011
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BROCK UENGL 1F91Prof.KnealFall

Lecture 5

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3 Oct 2011
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Sonnet 64 - edmund spenser (436) ideal woman. Shakespeare"s sonnet, overturns all of stated in spenser"s. Leda and the swam - william butler yeats (240
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BROCK UENGL 1F91Prof.KnealFall

Lecture 6

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BROCK UENGL 1F91Prof.KnealFall

ENGL 1F91 Lecture Notes - Prosopopoeia, Topos

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BROCK UHIST 1F90Andrew Mc DonaldFall

HIST 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Viking Ships, Viking Expansion, Carolingian Empire

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3 Oct 2011
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Viking (v) = to raid (as in, g a-viking ) Not applicable to all scandinavians form so-called viking age . Generally not used by the people the vikings
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BROCK UHIST 1F90Andrew Mc DonaldFall

Getting Started: A Sense of History (Lecture 1)

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3 Oct 2011
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Hist 1f90: empires & revolutions: getting started: a sense of. Dr. mcdonald (1), dr. ojo(2), dr. vlossak(3), and dr. neswald (4) history. 1415 was when
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BROCK UHIST 1F90Andrew Mc DonaldFall

Charlemagne, the Carolingian Empire, and the Birth of Europe (Lecture 3)

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3 Oct 2011
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Hist 1f90: charlemagne, the carolingian empire, and the. Christmas day a. d 800 old st peter"s, rome. Kneels to pray and the pope, crowns him roman emp
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BROCK UHIST 1F90Andrew Mc DonaldFall

Periodization in History (Lecture 2)

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3 Oct 2011
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Adapted, developed, and dominant in western history from 17th century. End of roman empire = end of ancient world. End of roman empire = beginning of m
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