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ENGL 105W Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Lio, Chinese School, Pega


Department
English
Course Code
ENGL 105W
Professor
Carole Gerson
Study Guide
Final

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SFU
ENGL 105W
FINAL EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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ENG 105 WEEK 1
apetrysz@sfu.ca D-205 AQ 6096
Course Themes:
Writig ofirs idetit: fitio akes us real
Choie of ords: o laguage is eutral
Laguage reflets poer ad alue, iportae of aig: people ad plaes Call e Cordelia, Ae is a orig ae
Child’s Perspetie: riters hae ore hildhood tha other people; or perhaps the just arr ore of it ith the
How Literature constructs identity with regard to:
- Nation, Canada both past and present
- Place, setting of our books.
- Gender
- Ethnicity
What’s the ae? Naig ad poer:
Canada= village or settlement
Quebec= where the river narrows
Ontario= sparkling water
Manitoba= straits of Manitou, the Great Spirit or lake of the prairie
Saskatchewan= swift flowing river
Colonial: (B.C, Alberta, PEI, etc.) named by British colonizers.
Building Vocabulary of Literary Terms:
Genres that apply to text of this course
- Prose (most) or Poetry (Pauline Johnson) fiction/non fiction
- Fiction short or long
- Non-fiction be factual or creative
- Novels Anne of GG, Indian Horse, can you hear night bird call
- Stories: a bird in the house
- Non-fiction: Pauline Johnson articles
- Creative non-fiction: Paper Shadows memoir
Anne of Green Gables
What do you find appealing about the book? Why appeal endured more than a century?
Canada theme: what aspects of this books strikes you as particularly Canadian? Does PEI amplify Canada?
Children and Adult: how this book present perspective of a child filtered through an adults viewpoint.
Ae’s World: Ae’s stor ioles egotiatio ith soial ors of Aolea. Thik aout soiet epetatios ith
regard to religion, gender, education and creativity.
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