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UTSGENG438H1RadovicSummer

ENG438H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Quran, Religious Art, Sigmund Freud

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24 May 2017
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Mr is easy to compare with surrealism. Surrealism is contemporary and more of a style that belongs to french and spanish parts of. We often don"t have
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UTSGENG438H1RadovicSummer

ENG438H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: The Secret Miracle, Jorge Luis Borges, Shared Experience

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22 May 2017
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UTSGENG438H1RadovicSummer

ENG438H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: German Expressionism, Magic Realism

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22 May 2017
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UTSGENG435H1BoyagodaWinter

ENG435H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bildungsroman, Toni Morrison, Lionel Trilling

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22 May 2017
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And against the set of ideals that grieve identifies in the opening of his book that we read in: published a year after the old man & the sea. In some
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UTSGENG435H1BoyagodaWinter

ENG435H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ernest Hemingway, Machismo, Moral Authority

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22 May 2017
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With: universal and scandals of particularity, documents of age and engaging with it best texts. People from different geographic landscapes reading di
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UTSGITA201H1Francesco GuardianiWinter

ITA201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cesare Pavese, Italian Literature, Italian Identity

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30 Mar 2017
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We have someone that can"t be seen like the other authors we"ve read now. Pirandello there was a change in the ideologies and dreams they collapsed. At
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UTSGITA201H1Francesco GuardianiWinter

ITA201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Giovanni Boldini, Renaissance Technology, Impressionism

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30 Mar 2017
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Print creates an accumulation of the values that are concentrated on the evaluation or social emphasis of the individual. This has created immense cons
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UTSGITA201H1Francesco GuardianiWinter

ITA201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Lyric Poetry, Ancient Rome, Marinism

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30 Mar 2017
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UTSGITA201H1Francesco GuardianiWinter

ITA201H1 Lecture 8: ITA201: Manzoni Lecture 2 & Luigi Pirandello

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8 Mar 2017
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He came to visit him with a fellow landowner: they make a bet on it. March 7, 2017: the ideology of the rich: make bets, these people have no morals an
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UTSGITA201H1Francesco GuardianiWinter

ITA201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Alessandro Manzoni, Petrarch, Age Of Enlightenment

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2 Mar 2017
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The 19th century marks the high point of print and education. There is a much higher access to education due to the rise of public schools and the abun
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UTSGITA201H1Francesco GuardianiWinter

ITA201H1 Lecture 3: ITA201 - Lecture 3: MARINIST POETS

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2 Mar 2017
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The law of two must be opposed to the law of one which is the renaissance. There are changes from stability and class figures as they are substituted b
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UTSGITA201H1Francesco GuardianiWinter

ITA201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Campoformido, Petrarch, Cesare Beccaria

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2 Mar 2017
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Rebellions with common demands of the lower class people to participate in lower class life. The enlightenment was the age of century for 3 great revol
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UTSGITA201H1Francesco GuardianiWinter

ITA201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Francesco Borromini, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Lyric Poetry

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19 Jan 2017
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Law of 2 (concerning architecture): it referred a lot to the circle and square. It is not typical of the baroque period but it indicates the classical
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UTSGITA332H1Manuela ScarciFall

[ITA332H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (24 pages long!)

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1 Dec 2016
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Sept 19, 2016 personality that gave rebirth to civilization during the middle ages. Epocal changes never occur overnight; there are always more changes
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

ITA200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Jerusalem Delivered, Petrarch, Italian Literature

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29 Nov 2016
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In terms of literary production, there is an important time from 1450-1500. All the people who studied classics wrote them in latin. )mportant form of
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

[ITA200H1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (31 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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Being declared a saint was almost a necessity. Right in the middle ages starts with collapse of western roman empire (476 ce) The middle ages begin at
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UTSGITA332H1Manuela ScarciFall

ITA332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Giovanni Boccaccio, Desert Fathers, Matteo Bandello

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28 Nov 2016
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The two giullaumes (day 4, story 9) discovers that his friend is cheating on him with his wife, so he exacts revenge on his friend by removing his hear
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

ITA200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Cyropaedia, Machiavellianism, Francesco Guicciardini

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21 Nov 2016
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The renaissance is mainly an italian phenomenon. Petrarca is credited with being the father of the renaissance. Petrarca at the beginning of the renais
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UTSGITA332H1Manuela ScarciFall

ITA332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: 7 Women, Beautiful Creature, Seeking Refuge

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21 Nov 2016
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Theme: laura"s physical beauty itemized: the gold of her hair, the colour of roses on her cheeks, the pearly white of her teeth. Written on the 20th an
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UTSGITA332H1Manuela ScarciFall

ITA332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Andreas Capellanus, Monetary Base, De Vulgari Eloquentia

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9 Nov 2016
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Sept 19, 2016 personality that gave rebirth to civilization during the middle ages. Epocal changes never occur overnight; there are always more changes
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

ITA200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Parataxis, Singular Point Of A Curve, Sadomasochism

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1 Nov 2016
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He wrote more than dante & petrarca and in many different genres. Wrote the 1st psychological novel: il fiammetta: this work is known to be a sort of p
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UTSGITA332H1Manuela ScarciFall

ITA332H1 Lecture 8: ITA332 - Week 8 Francesco Petrarca

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31 Oct 2016
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Born in arezzo on july 20, 1304. Died in arqua on july 19, 1374. During the time, florence had 2 political factions: guelph (supported the papacy) and
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UTSGITA332H1Manuela ScarciFall

ITA332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Guido Cavalcanti, Dolce Stil Novo, Guelphs And Ghibellines

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27 Oct 2016
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Gg has this serene vision of love. Uses a series of similes to express what love is. Exiled in 1300 by a city government. Involved in politics as much
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UTSGITA332H1Manuela ScarciFall

ITA332H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Guinevere, Da Polenta Family, Semiramis

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27 Oct 2016
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Contrappasso: law by which the souls are punished in hell & purgatory. The punishment is always connected to the sin. Virgil points out some sinners, s
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

ITA200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lyric Poetry, Sestina, Petrarch

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27 Oct 2016
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It"s a closed form, meaning it can be subject to change. It"s a non-articulate form; referring to the metrical structure: there are (cid:883)(cid:883)
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

ITA200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sestina, Lyric Poetry, Petrarch

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19 Oct 2016
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Petrarch is a great consolidator of all the poetry that was written before him both in italian and. In each of his poems, he gives one inspiring stanza
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

ITA200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: De Vulgari Eloquentia, Guido Cavalcanti, Canzone

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5 Oct 2016
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What beatrice means for dante: piteous; something which is the opposite of practicality: not something that indicates a certain usefulness. Romans have
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

[ITA200H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 13 pages long Study Guide!

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5 Oct 2016
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Being declared a saint was almost a necessity. Right in the middle ages starts with collapse of western roman empire (476 ce) The middle ages begin at
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

ITA200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Quatrain, Courtly Love, Incipit

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29 Sep 2016
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Courtly love was imported from france to provence. In provencal poems, we often find the word portamento which refers to the entire womanly figure. It"
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

ITA200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Canzone, Hendecasyllable, Sestina

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20 Sep 2016
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Anaphora poem that had recurring words at the end of each stanza (e. g. , francis of assisi) Litany: prayer in which there is a series of invocations t
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UTSGITA200H1Francesco GuardianiFall

ITA200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Petrarch, Central Italian, Mortal Sin

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13 Sep 2016
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Being declared a saint was almost a necessity. Right in the middle ages starts with collapse of western roman empire (476 ce) The middle ages begin at
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UTSGENG324Y1Andrea Lynn DayFall

ENG324Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Romanticism, Multiperspectivity, Paratext

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6 Sep 2016
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How these papers have been placed in sequence will be made clear in the reading of them. Technology: documents are supposedly accurate because of techn
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UTSGENG324Y1Andrea Lynn DayFall

ENG324Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Michel Foucault, Androgyny, Hermaphrodite

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6 Sep 2016
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Had librarian today in-class to discuss essay research. [b]y sloping my own hand backward, i thought i sat beyond the reach of fate (81: jekyll gives h
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UTSGENG324Y1Andrea Lynn DayFall

ENG324Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Victorian Literature, Southern Gothic, Robert Louis Stevenson

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6 Sep 2016
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The wives would work their husband"s plantation houses: when missionaries arrived they established christianity. Meant the zulu"s lost a source of inco
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UTSGENG324Y1Andrea Lynn DayFall

ENG324Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Frame Story, Metalepsis, New Imperialism

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6 Sep 2016
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See several examples of this in king solomon"s mines: get a diary of their events, find out that henry"s brother has been living like robin crusoe; Or
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UTSGENG324Y1Andrea Lynn DayFall

ENG324Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sensation Novel, Heredity, Max Nordau

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6 Sep 2016
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Robert knox, the races of man (1850) Believe that population control is the key to humanity the mindset of these followers. Dark side of the new woman"
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UTSGITA363H1Mirella Pasquarelli- ClivioWinter

ITA363H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Regional Italian, Mauro Berruto, Syntactic Gemination

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20 Mar 2016
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeySummer

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: David Bezmozgis, Parks And Recreation (Season 4), Humber College

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18 Mar 2016
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Antanas sileika, the man who read voltaire (386) David bezmozgis, the second strongest man (477) No single canadian short story no single model for des
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeySummer

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Michael Redhill, Francis Ponge, Vitruvian Man

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18 Mar 2016
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Human elements is about russell and his willingness to change. Russell does nothing but think about who he is and how he should change (437) when i was
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UTSGENG215H1Sarah CaskeySummer

ENG215H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Oral Storytelling, Telling Stories, The Storys

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18 Mar 2016
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Robinson (1900-1990: born 1900 in bc viewed himself as one of the last storytellers of his people, robinson declared himself a storyteller and told sto
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