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We will use both primary and secondary readings to explore the modern history and theory of the field, the sociology of the field, and a rich assortment of excellent examples of many literary types within the field.
The written work consists of a daily reading journal, a shorter essay words, which is approximately double-spaced pages of text depending on font size and margins and excluding included images and a longer essay words, which is approximately pages. In all three assignments, students are expected to consider both the form and the content of the materials read and to strive for insights that go substantially beyond the discussion in class.
The shorter essay should be on a graphic not chapter children's book, and the longer essay should be either on some general aspect of graphic narrative e. These essay projects require reading beyond that in the syllabus and consultation with and permission of the instructor.
The journals should be hand-written with two-inch margins all around because these journals will be exchanged at the beginning of each class meeting, read by a fellow student, and the contents commented on in the margins. The journal should be kept in a spiral-bound notebook into which can be glued copies of graphics if needed.
Students should use these journals not only as a record of their reading of syllabus materials but also of any other course-related materials, and as a place to keep class notes and to record and sometimes work out essay topic ideas.
When the journals are submitted at the end of the term, they should be accompanied by a printed, double-spaced, two-to-three page self-analysis of the worth both educational and in terms of grade of the journal to the student.Kate Chopin, The Awakening (reader) Hinrik Ibsen, Hedda Gabler “Kafka and World Literature” explores ongoing debates about what world literature means through the lens of Kafka, who has played a significant role in them.
the fiction of these writers points toward the theoretical perspectives of New and Modern Historicism which are. Kate Chopin's "The Story of an Hour" is considered a classic of feminist literature.
The main character's surprising reaction to her husband's death reflects the often complicated feelings women. "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin is a short story which was first published in Vogue magazine in Although first titled "The Dream of an Hour", the first reprinting in changed the title to what we know today.
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"The Story of An Hour" Kate Chopin () Knowing that Mrs. Mallard was afflicted with a heart trouble, great care was taken to break to .
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