Get 2 days of unlimited access
at University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Textbook Notes for English Language And Literature at University of Michigan - Ann Arbor (U OF M)


U OF MENGLISH 325April ConwaySummer

ENGLISH 325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Interpolation, Intertextuality, Joan Didion

View Document
U OF MENGLISH 325April ConwaySummer

ENGLISH 325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Creative Nonfiction, Nicole Walker, Oxymoron

In her short essay, my mistake , nicole walker discussed how what we might at first consider a mistake can be turned into something successful later. W
View Document
U OF MENGLISH 325April ConwaySummer

ENGLISH 325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Valeria Luiselli, Willis Tower

This set of readings made me do a lot of thinking, i think the use of various metaphors was impactful and made me think. The excerpt from sidewalks use
View Document
U OF MENGLISH 325April ConwaySummer

ENGLISH 325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Why I Write, Creative Nonfiction

View Document
U OF MENGLISH 325April ConwaySummer

ENGLISH 325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Creative Nonfiction

In this article, in the waiting room , sedaris turns what for most would be a humiliating experience into a story that is both humorous and relatable.
View Document
U OF MENGLISH 125Jaimien DelpWinter

ENGLISH 125 Chapter pg 539: Cover A Girl - Revision Notes

OC11584132 Page
0
View Document
U OF MENGLISH 325April ConwaySummer

ENGLISH 325 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Angela Davis, Nicole Walker

I thought that (cid:862)a(cid:374) ope(cid:374) lette(cid:396) to my iste(cid:396), miss a(cid:374)gela da(cid:448)is(cid:863), (cid:449)(cid:396)itte(
View Document
U OF MENGLISH 125Elizabeth Mc AdamsWinter

ENGLISH 125 Chapter 1: ENG - Reading #1: Learning to Read

1
Considered the most respected and famous african american in the us in the. Was a slave but escaped to freedom in 1837. Wrote a famous autobiography na
View Document
U OF MENGLISH 125Alexandra KruseFall

ENGLISH 125 Chapter Notes -Pathos, Adige, Blogosphere

OC3239645 Page
14
Personal narrative first person, make it personal. To persuade: you should _______ because _______ , should + why + action. To explore: more open ended
View Document
U OF MENGLISH 298Walter CohenFall

ENGLISH 298 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1st Reading: Ancient South Arabian Script, African-American Literature, Sub-Saharan Africa

OC8017773 Page
17
Since the common view is that africa was illiterate until the coming of. European colonizers, a brief correction might be useful here: some of the earl
View Document
U OF MENGLISH 125Alexandra KruseFall

English 125 December 2013.docx

OC3239643 Page
16
View Document
U OF MENGLISH 125Elizabeth Mc AdamsWinter

ENGLISH 125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.5: Thesis Statement, Long-Term Memory

2
When reading something to its full purpose, it must be read actively. There are different ways to be an active reader. Pre-reading is getting informati
View Document
Showing 1 — 12 of 15 result

Textbook Notes (270,000)
US (100,000)
U of M (2,000)
ENGLISH (10)