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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyFall

ENG215 LEC05

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11 Oct 2011
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Prairie realism writing defines/reflects and creates the region: reassessing prairie realism article. Recalls lazybones + field of wheat for gender rev
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyFall

ENG215 LEC04

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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC08

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11 Oct 2011
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Question that individuality as ideology that is realized and normalized. Crusoe"s relationship with beings on island is from fact that he represents a
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC11

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11 Oct 2011
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Class everyone is not equal; imposes order on soul, determines standing of hierarchy as social networks of meaning: identity determined by family, comm
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC09

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Can"t stop with liking/not liking a novel or even why in literary analysis. Crusoe literary character; figure of a text. Text = embodiment of a certain
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UTSGENG235H1Andrew LeskFall

ENG235 LEC04

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11 Oct 2011
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Resolution to be a bat (again: why a bat, tdkr bat shattering old comics" grid. Page 41: rebirth recovery) of batman causes the joker to resurface agai
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UTSGENG235H1Andrew LeskFall

ENG235 LEC07

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11 Oct 2011
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Ulysses rewriting of odyssey: engineer bb, columbian expedition, top left-cursive handwriting, seems to be james but also a 3rd person. Other side of r
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UTSGENG235H1Andrew LeskFall

ENG235 LEC06

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UTSGENG235H1Andrew LeskFall

ENG235 LEC05

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11 Oct 2011
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Batman realizes he becomes a kind-of superman; however, that title is already taken by superman: just a superman in some way with extraordinary power/a
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UTSGENG235H1Andrew LeskFall

ENG235 LEC08

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Jimmy"s relationship to his father, jim"s relationship to his father, james" relationship to his father. Central theme of book is directly related to t
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UTSGENG235H1Andrew LeskFall

ENG235 LEC01

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28 Sep 2011
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Time and space needed to understand the comic: condensed/manipulated. Comics hybrid of pictures with sometimes words; considered low-art; mixes words a
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UTSGENG235H1Andrew LeskFall

ENG235 LEC03

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28 Sep 2011
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Began with the twilight zone and weird war . Moved to marvel daredevil : ninja (daredevil + batman) Wolverine (begins to lose interest in superheroes b
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UTSGENG235H1Andrew LeskFall

ENG235 LEC02

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28 Sep 2011
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Panels with small writings are back pages of newspapers. 1st 3 comics: panels altogether represent a subway, though bubble represent bubble gum for cha
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyFall

ENG215 LEC03

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28 Sep 2011
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Short story single-minded and not like a sonnet: fewest strokes possible. Short story seems effortless and fluid to write when reading; however, it is
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeyFall

ENG215 LEC01

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28 Sep 2011
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Short stories brief work of prose fiction, tending to be no longer than 10 000 words. Aristotle differs from a novel; magnitude . Because of story shor
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC05

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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC03

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Iconography very flat (2d) (no interest in creating a 3d illusion) Exist in a space in what matters is what"s up and down, not behind or in front: the
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC02

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28 Sep 2011
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Novel tell stories of ordinary people (us), either singularly or a group, in a specific setting/world (social world in realistic sense: a long prose na
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC04

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28 Sep 2011
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General history: classical, medieval, modern, post-modern (1880?) Art history: classical, romanesque, gothic, renaissance, mannerism, baroque, Ah moder
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UTSGENG210Y1Michael BoughnFall

ENG210 LEC01

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