Syllabus - Summer 1996


May

30 - Introduction to course; Writing workshop 1

31 - Reading Fiction: 3-17; POV: 19-25, 33-36, 61-65


June

3 - PROJECT—NOVEL SELECTION DUE; Setting: 110-29; Tone and style: 154-62; Irony: 176-82, 373-75

4 -Theme: 189-91, 223-34, 369-73, 377-89; Symbol: 236-47, 390-93

5 - Writing workshop; 1346-1356

6 - In-class writing (Reading: 129-37); Peer response

7 - PAPER 1 DUE; Reading Poetry: 487-502

10 - Voice, tone, irony: 503-20, 769-71; Imagery: 558-66

11 - Figurative Language: 574-88, 776; Symbol: 685-94

12 - PROJECT—NOVEL SUMMARIES DUE; Sound: 609-27; Rhythm: 630-45

13 - Writing about poetry: 1359-73; In-class writing; Peer response

14 - PAPER 2 DUE; Reading a Play: 883-901

17 - Hamlet: 953-84

18 - Hamlet: 984-1031

19 - Hamlet: 1032-72

20 - In-class writing (Review 886-97); Peer response

21 - PAPER 3 DUE; Ivan Ilych: 271-98

24 - Ivan Ilych: 298-317

25 - Tolstoy Criticism: Handout

26 - Library Workday

27 - PAPER 4 DUE; Library Workday

28 - In-class writing


July

1 - Workday

2 - Peer response

3 - RESEARCH PROJECT DUE

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