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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Final Exam Notes.pdf

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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 7.5.pdf

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Novels and films can play with time and place. You can be in different places in the same paragraph, chapter, etc. Critics tried to coin it as photo pl
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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

ENGB07H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Photoplay, Perforce Software, Photoplayer

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ENGB07H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Utopia, Letitia Elizabeth Landon, Elegy

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19 Sep 2013
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Story about courtly love, tower trope, and gothic. Woman was a mal-mariee - wasn"t worthy of marrying him, not of a high station. Sister in law contras
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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

ENGB07H3 Lecture Notes - Hannah More, Restoration Literature, Charles Ii Of England

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She has smoothed over a lot, and things were fairly civil. James i takes over, because she was a virgin. James i is the start of the stewart dynasty. C
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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

ENGB07H3 Lecture Notes - Hrotsvitha

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Important to what we"re reading as well as the history. Get a proper understand of the ideas that were spread from one era onto another. Group of liter
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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 2.0.pdf

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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 9.5.pdf

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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 1.0.pdf

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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 11.5.pdf

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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 12.pdf

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Canon is usually chosen by dead white men. Every once in a while a white woman will be thrown in there. Wants to show how there aren"t just white peopl
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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 11.pdf

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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 3.5.pdf

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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

ENGB07H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Picturesque

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Place and space play an important role in this novel. The space that they embody, the general area. Political issues are specifically address, but plac
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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 7.5.pdf

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Early 19th century women writers: fighting for social change. How it was often seen as a form of slavery. Women"s right to vote, how it relates to thin
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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

ENGB07H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Individualism, Thirteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Nineteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution

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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 4.0.pdf

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Description of fall is always clouded in rhetoric. Different characteristics but one thing in common, sexually active or perceived to be so. Their exte
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UTSCENGB07H3M.Hoffmann- Universityof TorontoFall

Lecture 3.0.pdf

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UTSCENGB32Majorie RubrightFall

ENGB32 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Murder 2

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Short answer (fill in blank) - 5 (2 points each) According to the introduction, what were the four sorts (or ranks) of people in the eng. Know your int
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UTSCENGB32Majorie RubrightFall

ENGB32 Study Guide - Komos, Catachresis, Sestet

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UTSCENGC47H3Andrew Du BoisFall

ENGC47H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Schadenfreude, Elegy, Free Verse

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UTSCENGC47H3Andrew Du BoisFall

ENGC47H3 Lecture Notes - Sprezzatura, Elegy

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UTSCENGC47H3Andrew Du BoisFall

lecture 1

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UTSCENGC47H3Andrew Du BoisFall

ENGC47H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Quatrain

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UTSCENGC47H3Andrew Du BoisFall

lecture 3

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UTSCENGC47H3Andrew Du BoisFall

ENGC47H3 Lecture Notes - Vise, Door Door, Ernest Hemingway

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UTSCENGC36H3Holly LuhningFall

lecture 7

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Mix of class in women"s writing dealing with social class. Women were a commodity to transmit inheritance and property. Women had little say in who the
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UTSCENGC36H3Holly LuhningFall

lecture 5

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UTSCENGC36H3Holly LuhningFall

lecture 3

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Son of a wealthy merchant and had a good formal education. Thought he was better than the ancients and classics. Wanted to be the first in the english
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UTSCENGC36H3Holly LuhningFall

lecture 2

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Talking about the culture of this period along with literature. How they influenced or changed things within each other. The restoration of the monarch
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UTSCENGC36H3Holly LuhningFall

lecture 1

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Prior to this period only the highly educated had access to printed material. Now more than upper classes were entering the conversation. Looking at ma
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UTSCENGC36H3Holly LuhningFall

ENGC36H3 Lecture Notes - Mac Flecknoe

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Using irony to display the short comings of a contemporary issue or focusing on cultural, political, philosophical institutions/ ideas. Played to humor
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UTSCENGC54H3Natalie RoseFall

lecture 8

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UTSCENGC54H3Natalie RoseFall

ENGC54H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Thomas Campion, Ventriloquism

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UTSCENGC54H3Natalie RoseFall

lecture 4

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UTSCENGC54H3Natalie RoseFall

ENGC54H3 Lecture Notes - Mary Seton, None Of The Above, T. S. Eliot

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UTSCENGC54H3Natalie RoseFall

lecture 5

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Newspapers from 1984 (the year his son was born) Bosnia and croatia, issues that pertain to the now. Hermes makes fun of their accents - not pronouncin
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UTSCENGC54H3Natalie RoseFall

lecture 3

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Virginia woolf, a room of one"s own. Some really don"t like this, because heavily invested in empowering women"s voices and their experiences because h
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UTSCENGC54H3Natalie RoseFall

ENGC54H3 Lecture Notes - Gynocriticism, Short Story

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Looking at how women"s writers discuss female liberation. A lot of short fiction, poetry and plays. How did women writers in the 20th cent and into the
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UTSCENGB32Majorie RubrightFall

lecture 7

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