Loading...
 

History: E335_Syllabus

Comparing version 91 with version 94

VersionLast Version

@@ -Lines: 4-8 changed to +Lines: 4-8 @@
~hc~
- Syllabus for E335 Victorian Literature and Culture, Spring 2008, Instructor Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. at Chapman University
+ Syllabus for English 335 Literature of Victorian England, Spring 2008, Alfred J. Drake at Chapman University in Orange, California.


@@ -Lines: 14-20 changed to +Lines: 14-19 @@

+ ^-=SYLLABUS FOR E335 VICTORIAN LITERATURE, CHAPMAN U SPRING 2008 (UPDATED 06/5/11) =-^
- ^-=SYLLABUS FOR E335 VICTORIAN LITERATURE, CHAPMAN U SPRING 2008 (UPDATED 10/28/10)=-^
-

{img src="img/wiki_up/title_335.gif" }

@@ -Lines: 22-33 changed to +Lines: 21-28 @@

[mailto:e335@ajdrake.com|Email] | ((E335_Requirements|Home)) | ((E335_Syllabus|Syllabus)) | ((E335_Policies|Policies)) | ((E335_Questions|Questions)) | ((E335_Presentations|Presentations))
- ((E335_Journals|Journals)) | ((E335_Paper|Paper)) | ((E335_Final_Prep|Final)) | ((Blogs_Indices|Blogs)) | ((E335_Audio|Audio)) | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-list_file_gallery.php|Guides] | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-directory_browse.php|Links]
+ ((E335_Journals|Journals)) | ((E335_Paper|Paper)) | ((E335_Final_Prep|Final)) | ((Blogs_Indices|Blogs)) | ((E335_Audio|Audio)) | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-file_galleries.php|Guides] | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-directory_browse.php|Links]

- ----<h3 align="center">BASIC INFORMATION</h3>Course Information. English 335. Tu/Th. 10:00-11:15. Location: Beckman 107. Instructor: Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. Office hours: 9-10 Tu/Th. in Cyber Cafe. [mailto:e335@ajdrake.com|e335@ajdrake.com]. Chapman [http://www.chapman.edu/catalog/oc/2007-2008/content/3953.htm#o3991|Catalog Description]: "ENG 335: The Literature of Victorian England. Prerequisite, Written Inquiry. This course explores the tensions -- artistic, moral, and social -- of Victorian England from 1832-1900.... (Offered spring semester, alternate years.) 3 credits."
+ Course Information. English 335. Tu/Th. 10:00-11:15. Location: Beckman 107. Instructor: Alfred J. Drake, Ph.D. Office hours: 9-10 Tu/Th. in Cyber Cafe. [mailto:e335@ajdrake.com|e335@ajdrake.com]. Chapman [http://www.chapman.edu/catalog/oc/2007-2008/content/3953.htm#o3991|Catalog Description]: "ENG 335: The Literature of Victorian England. Prerequisite, Written Inquiry. This course explores the tensions -- artistic, moral, and social -- of Victorian England from 1832-1900.... (Offered spring semester, alternate years.) 3 credits."


@@ -Lines: 44-48 changed to +Lines: 39-43 @@

- Showalter, Elaine, ed. Daughters of Decadence: Women Writers of the Fin de Siècle. Rutgers UP, 1993. ISBN-13: 978-0813520186.
+ Showalter, Elaine, ed. Daughters of Decadence: Women Writers of the Fin de Siècle. Rutgers UP, 1993. ISBN-13: 978-0813520186.


@@ -Lines: 53-84 changed to +Lines: 48-60 @@

- ----<h3 align="center">OPTIONAL RESOURCES TO HELP YOU DO WELL</h3>[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-index.php?page=Blogs_Indices|Instructor & Student Blogs] | ((E335_Audio|Class Sessions in MP3 Audio)) | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-list_file_gallery.php|Guides] | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-directory_browse.php|Offsite Links].
+ Optional Resources: [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-index.php?page=Blogs_Indices|Instructor & Student Blogs] | ((E335_Audio|Class Sessions in MP3 Audio)) | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-file_galleries.php|Guides] | [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-directory_browse.php|Offsite Links].


----
-
-

COURSE RATIONALE AND PLAN


((E335_Policies|Course Policies)). Please review early in the semester.

- Course Objectives. A survey should help you build your knowledge of the periods, authors, and movements studied. My comments will provide historical and thematic background, and the course will center on discussion of assigned texts from the Victorian Period.Major Study Units. The course will follow a roughly chronological order and will cover Victorian poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and drama.Classroom Activities. Lecture, student presentations, and discussion when students pose questions or offer comments to me or to the entire class. I encourage such questions and comments -- thoughtful student participation improves any course, broadening its scope and introducing a variety of opinion that wouldn't be available otherwise. A key point: my lectures improve significantly when students take an active part in the class: I remember to mention things I might have forgotten to say, and sometimes make connections I hadn't thought of. My tasks are to lecture concisely, to listen well, to ask good questions, and to help you find out more about the texts we study. Your tasks are to listen, respond, and develop your own ideas, your own "voice," as a reader of literary works. In humanities study, insightful interpretation and an ability to make interesting connections between one author or concept and another are central goals.----<h3 align="center">HOW YOUR PERFORMANCE WILL BE EVALUATED</h3>((E335_Presentations|Presentations Requirement)). Students will sign up for two* 5-minute in-class presentations on assigned authors of their choosing (if possible). I will provide presenters with specific questions from the online journal questions and will post a schedule on the Presentations page. Each session will feature one or more presentations. Required: At least one week before you present, contact me to discuss your ideas. After you have given your in-class presentation, email me a version of your comments and I'll post it as a new entry to the appropriate collective students' blog. Other students may, if they wish, access the entries as they're added by visiting the appropriately named link on the [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-index.php?page=Blogs_Indices|Course Blogs Index Page]. Your emailed version should resemble your class comments, but need not be identical. (Please don't use "fancy" formatting--avoid indentation and bulleted lists.) 20% of course grade. *Three if small class size warrants.
+ ((E335_Presentations|Presentations Requirement)). Students will sign up for two* 5-minute in-class presentations on assigned authors of their choosing (if possible). I will provide presenters with specific questions from the online journal questions and will post a schedule on the Presentations page. Each session will feature one or more presentations. Required: At least one week before you present, contact me to discuss your ideas. After you have given your in-class presentation, email me a version of your comments and I'll post it as a new entry to the appropriate collective students' blog. Other students may, if they wish, access the entries as they're added by visiting the appropriately named link on the [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-index.php?page=Blogs_Indices|Course Blogs Index Page]. Your emailed version should resemble your class comments, but need not be identical. (Please don't use fancy formatting -- avoid indentation and bulleted lists.) 20% of course grade. *Three if small class size warrants.


@@ -Lines: 86-90 changed to +Lines: 62-66 @@

- ((E335_Paper|Term Paper Requirement)). By 04/24 (Week 13), a one-paragraph description addressing the topic and argument of the projected paper will be due by email. (Full rough drafts are also encouraged.) Not providing this description on time may affect the final draft grade. Please read the term paper instructions carefully since they contain the prompt, some possible topics, and advance draft comments. I reserve the right to require proof of the final paper's authenticity, such as notes or an early draft. Final draft (5-7 pages; graduates 10-15 pages) due by exam day or as specified towards the bottom of the syllabus page. Follow MLA guidelines. Chapman's academic integrity policies apply: see [http://www.chapman.edu/catalog/oc/2007-2008/content/1474.htm|Academic Policies and Procedures]. For undergraduates, research is optional; graduate papers should respond to primary texts and secondary criticism; see [http://www1.chapman.edu/library/|Chapman's Leatherby Library]. See Resources/Guides/Writing Guides: [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=7|MLA], [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=6|Grammar], [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=5|Deductive], [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=3|Citing], [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=1|Analyzing], and [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=2|Editing]. (30%)
+ ((E335_Paper|Term Paper Requirement)). By 04/24: (Week 13), a one-paragraph description addressing the topic and argument of the projected paper will be due by email. (Full rough drafts are also encouraged.) Not providing this description on time may affect the final draft grade. Please read the term paper instructions carefully since they contain the prompt, some possible topics, and advance draft comments. I reserve the right to require proof of the final paper's authenticity, such as notes or an early draft. Final draft (5-7 pages; graduates 10-15 pages) due by exam day or as specified towards the bottom of the syllabus page. Follow MLA guidelines. Chapman's academic integrity policies apply: see [http://www.chapman.edu/catalog/oc/2007-2008/content/1474.htm|Academic Policies and Procedures]. For undergraduates, research is optional; ~~green:graduate papers should respond to primary texts and secondary criticism~~; see __[http://www1.chapman.edu/library/|Chapman's Leatherby Library]__. See Resources/Guides/Writing Guides: __[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=7|MLA]__, __[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=6|Grammar]__, __[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=5|Deductive]__, __[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=3|Citing]__, __[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=1|Analyzing]__, and __[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=2|Editing]__. (30%)


@@ -Lines: 95-176 changed to +Lines: 71-149 @@

- ----
+ Questions: __((E335_Carlyle|Carlyle))__ | __((E335_Mill|Mill))__ | __((E335_Tennyson|Tennyson))__ | __((E335_Bulwer|~np~Bulwer-Lytton~/np~))__ | __((E335_Boucicault|Boucicault))__ | __((E335_Ruskin|Ruskin))__ | __((E335_Newman|Newman))__ | __((E335_Arnold|Arnold))__ | __((E335_Darwin|Darwin))__ | __((E335_Huxley|Huxley))__ | __((E335_Browning_R|Browning, R.))__ | __((E335_Rossetti_D|Rossetti, D.G.))__ | __((E335_Rossetti_C|Rossetti, C.))__ | __((E335_Morris|Morris))__ | __((E335_Swinburne|Swinburne))__ | __((E335_Gaskell|Gaskell))__ | __((E335_Hopkins|Hopkins))__ | __((E335_Pater|Pater))__ | __((E335_Wilde|Wilde))__ | __((E335_Showalter|Daughters of Decadence))__ | __((E335_Kipling|Kipling))__.
-

STUDY QUESTIONS FOR JOURNALS AND PRESENTATIONS

- ((E335_Carlyle|Carlyle)) | ((E335_Mill|Mill)) | ((E335_Tennyson|Tennyson)) | ((E335_Bulwer|Bulwer-Lytton)) | ((E335_Boucicault|Boucicault)) | ((E335_Ruskin|Ruskin)) | ((E335_Newman|Newman)) | ((E335_Arnold|Arnold)) | ((E335_Darwin|Darwin)) | ((E335_Huxley|Huxley)) | ((E335_Browning_R|Browning, R.))((E335_Rossetti_D|Rossetti, D.G.)) | ((E335_Rossetti_C|Rossetti, C.)) | ((E335_Morris|Morris)) | ((E335_Swinburne|Swinburne)) | ((E335_Gaskell|Gaskell)) | ((E335_Hopkins|Hopkins)) | ((E335_Pater|Pater)) | ((E335_Wilde|Wilde)) | ((E335_Showalter|Daughters of Decadence)) | ((E335_Kipling|Kipling)).
+ ----
+ LECTURE SCHEDULE: WE WILL DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING WORKS ON THE DATES INDICATED
- ----
-
-

SESSION SCHEDULE: FOLLOWING WORKS DISCUSSED ON DATES INDICATED

- <h3>WEEK 01</h3>
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 01~~</h3>

Tu. 01/29. First Meeting: Administrative matters and course introduction.

- Th. 01/31. Introduction to Victorian Period. Please read 979-99 in the Norton Anthology Vol. E.
+ Th. 01/31. Introduction to Victorian Period. Please read 979-99 in the ''Norton Anthology'' Vol. E.

- <h3>WEEK 02</h3>
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 02~~</h3>
- Tu. 02/05. Thomas Carlyle. "Signs of the Times" [http://scholars.nus.edu/victorian/authors/carlyle/signs1.html|(E-Text)]
+ Tu. 02/05. Thomas Carlyle. "Signs of the Times" __[http://scholars.nus.edu/victorian/authors/carlyle/signs1.html|(E-Text)]__

- Th. 02/07. Thomas Carlyle. Sartor Resartus (1006-24), Past and Present (1024-33).
+ Th. 02/07. Thomas Carlyle. ''Sartor Resartus'' (1006-24), ''Past and Present'' (1024-33).

- <h3>WEEK 03</h3>
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 03~~</h3>
- Tu. 02/12. John Stuart Mill. "What is Poetry?" (1044-51), from On Liberty (1051-61).
+ Tu. 02/12. John Stuart Mill. "What is Poetry?" (1044-51), from ''On Liberty'' (1051-61).

- Th. 02/14. John Stuart Mill. From The Subjection of Women (1061-70), from Autobiography (1070-77).
+ Th. 02/14. John Stuart Mill. From ''The Subjection of Women'' (1061-70), from ''Autobiography'' (1070-77).

- <h3>WEEK 04</h3>
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 04~~</h3>

Tu. 02/19. Alfred Tennyson. "Mariana" (1112-14), "The Lady of Shalott" (1114-18), "The ~np~Lotos-Eaters~/np~" (1119-23), "Ulysses" (1123-25).

- Th. 02/21. Alfred Tennyson. From In Memoriam A.H.H. (1138-88): read at least the following: Prologue, Lyrics 1-3, 5, 7, 11, 14-15, 28, 34, 39, 54-56, 75, 108, 118, 123-24, 126, 130-31, Epilogue.
+ Th. 02/21. Alfred Tennyson. From ''In Memoriam A.H.H.'' (1138-88): read at least the following: Prologue, Lyrics 1-3, 5, 7, 11, 14-15, 28, 34, 39, 54-56, 75, 108, 118, 123-24, 126, 130-31, Epilogue.

- <h3>WEEK 05</h3>
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 05~~</h3>
- Tu. 02/26. Edward ~np~Bulwer-Lytton~/np~. Money (Stierstorfer 3-73).
+ Tu. 02/26. Edward ~np~Bulwer-Lytton~/np~. ''Money'' (Stierstorfer 3-73).

- Th. 02/28. Dion Boucicault. London Assurance. (Stierstorfer 77-143). ((E335_Journals|Journal Set 1 Due))
+ Th. 02/28. Dion Boucicault. ''London Assurance.'' (Stierstorfer 77-143). __((E335_Journals|Journal Set 1 Due))__

- <h3>WEEK 06</h3>
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 06~~</h3>
- Tu. 03/04. John Ruskin. From Modern Painters (1320-24), from The Stones of Venice (1324-34).
+ Tu. 03/04. John Ruskin. From ''Modern Painters'' (1320-24), from ''The Stones of Venice'' (1324-34).

- Th. 03/06. John Ruskin and John Henry Newman. From Ruskin's "The Storm-Cloud of the Nineteenth Century, Lecture I" [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=114|(E-Text)]. From Newman's The Idea of a University (1035-42).
+ Th. 03/06. John Ruskin and John Henry Newman. From Ruskin's "The ~np~Storm-Cloud~/np~ of the Nineteenth Century, Lecture I" __[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=114|(E-Text)]__. From Newman's ''The Idea of a University'' (1035-42).

- <h3>WEEK 07</h3>
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 07~~</h3>
- Tu. 03/11. Matthew Arnold. "The Buried Life" (1356-58); "Dover Beach" (1368-69); "Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse" (1369-74); "Preface" to Poems (1374-84).
+ Tu. 03/11. Matthew Arnold. "The Buried Life" (1356-58); "Dover Beach" (1368-69); "Stanzas from the Grande Chartreuse" (1369-74); "Preface" to ''Poems'' (1374-84).

- Th. 03/13. Matthew Arnold. From "The Function of Criticism at the Present Time" (1384-97), from Culture and Anarchy (1398-1404).
+ Th. 03/13. Matthew Arnold. From "The Function of Criticism at the Present Time" (1384-97), from ''Culture and Anarchy'' (1398-1404).

- <h3>WEEK 08</h3>
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 08~~</h3>
- Tu. 03/18. Spring Break, No Classes.
+ ~~red:Tu. 03/18. Spring Break, No Classes.~~

- Th. 03/20. Spring Break, No Classes.
+ ~~red:Th. 03/20. Spring Break, No Classes.~~

- <h3>WEEK 09</h3>
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 09~~</h3>
- Tu. 03/25. Charles Darwin and T. H. Huxley. Ch. 4 from Darwin's The Descent of Man [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=116|(E-Text)]. Huxley's "On the Physical Basis of Life" [http://aleph0.clarku.edu/huxley/CE1/PhysB.html|(E-Text)]
+ Tu. 03/25. Charles Darwin and T. H. Huxley. Ch. 4 from Darwin's ''The Descent of Man'' __[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=116|(E-Text)]__. Huxley's "On the Physical Basis of Life" __[http://aleph0.clarku.edu/huxley/CE1/PhysB.html|(E-Text)]__


@@ -Lines: 178-234 changed to +Lines: 151-206 @@

- <h3>WEEK 10</h3>Tu. 04/01. Dante Gabriel and Christina Rossetti. DGR's "The Blessed Damozel" (1443-47). Christina's Selected Poems: (1460-81): "Song: She sat . . ." (1460-61); "Song--When I am dead" (1461); "After Death" (1461); "Dead before Death" (1462); "Cobwebs" (1462); "A Triad" (1462-63); "In an Artist's Studio" (1463); "A Birthday" (1463); "An Apple Gathering" (1464); "Winter My Secret" (1464-65); "Uphill" (1465); "Goblin Market" (1466-78); "No Thank You, John" (1478); "Promises Like ~np~Pie-Crusts~/np~" (1479); "In Progress" (1479); "A Life's Parallels" (1480); "Sonnet 17" (1480); "Cardinal Newman" (1480-81); "Sleeping at Last" (1481).
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 10~~</h3>
+ Tu. 04/01. Dante Gabriel and Christina Rossetti. DGR's "The Blessed Damozel" (1443-47). Christina's Selected Poems: (1460-81): "Song: She sat . . ." (1460-61); "Song--When I am dead" (1461); "After Death" (1461); "Dead before Death" (1462); "Cobwebs" (1462); "A Triad" (1462-63); "In an Artist's Studio" (1463); "A Birthday" (1463); "An Apple Gathering" (1464); "Winter My Secret" (1464-65); "Uphill" (1465); "Goblin Market" (1466-78); "No Thank You, John" (1478); "Promises Like ~np~Pie-Crusts~/np~" (1479); "In Progress" (1479); "A Life's Parallels" (1480); "Sonnet 17" (1480); "Cardinal Newman" (1480-81); "Sleeping at Last" (1481).
- Th. 04/03. William Morris and A.C. Swinburne. Morris' "The Defence of Guenevere (1483-91), "How I Became a Socialist" (1491-94). Swinburne's "Hymn to Proserpine" (1496-98), "Ave Atque Vale" (1500-05). ((E335_Journals|Journal Set 2 Due))
+ Th. 04/03. William Morris and A.C. Swinburne. Morris' "The Defence of Guenevere (1483-91), "How I Became a Socialist" (1491-94). Swinburne's "Hymn to Proserpine" (1496-98), "Ave Atque Vale" (1500-05). __((E335_Journals|Journal Set 2 Due))__
-

WEEK 11

- Tu. 04/08. Elizabeth Gaskell. Cranford.
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 11~~</h3>
+ Tu. 04/08. Elizabeth Gaskell. ''Cranford.''
- Th. 04/10. Elizabeth Gaskell. Cranford.
+ Th. 04/10. Elizabeth Gaskell. ''Cranford.''
-

WEEK 12

- Tu. 04/15. Gerard Manley Hopkins. Selected Poems, from Journal (1516-26): "God's Grandeur" (1516); "The Starlight Night" (1516-17); "As Kingfishers Catch Fire" (1517); "Spring" (1517); "The Windhover" (1518); "Pied Beauty" (1518); "Hurrahing in Harvest" (1519); "Binsey Poplars" (1519); "Duns Scotus's Oxford" (1520); "Felix Randal" (1520-21); "Spring and Fall" (1521); "Carrion Comfort" (1521-22); "No Worst, There is None" (1522); "I Wake and Feel the Fell of Dark, Not Day" (1522-23); "That Nature Is a Heraclitean Fire . . ." (1523); "Thou Art Indeed Just, Lord" (1524); also "The Wreck of the Deutschland" [http://www.bartleby.com/122/4.html|(E-Text)].
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 12~~</h3>
+ Tu. 04/15. Gerard Manley Hopkins. Selected Poems, from ''Journal'' (1516-26): "God's Grandeur" (1516); "The Starlight Night" (1516-17); "As Kingfishers Catch Fire" (1517); "Spring" (1517); "The Windhover" (1518); "Pied Beauty" (1518); "Hurrahing in Harvest" (1519); "Binsey Poplars" (1519); "Duns Scotus's Oxford" (1520); "Felix Randal" (1520-21); "Spring and Fall" (1521); "Carrion Comfort" (1521-22); "No Worst, There is None" (1522); "I Wake and Feel the Fell of Dark, Not Day" (1522-23); "That Nature Is a Heraclitean Fire . . ." (1523); "Thou Art Indeed Just, Lord" (1524); also "The Wreck of the Deutschland" __[http://www.bartleby.com/122/4.html|(E-Text)]__.
- Th. 04/17. Walter Pater. From The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry (1507-13); excerpts from The Renaissance Ch. 6, "Leonardo da Vinci" [http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=115|(E-Text)].
+ Th. 04/17. Walter Pater. From ''The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry'' (1507-13); excerpts from ''The Renaissance'' Ch. 6, "Leonardo da Vinci" __[http://www.ajdrake.com/wiki/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=115|(E-Text)]__.
-

WEEK 13

- Tu. 04/22. Oscar Wilde. "The Decay of Lying" [http://www.victorianprose.org/texts/Wilde/Works/decay_1889.pdf|(E-Text)].
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 13~~</h3>
+ Tu. 04/22. Oscar Wilde. "The Decay of Lying" __[http://www.victorianprose.org/texts/Wilde/Works/decay_1889.pdf|(E-Text)]__.
- Th. 04/24. Oscar Wilde. The Importance of Being Earnest (1698-1740). ((E335_Paper|Paper Description Due)).
+ Th. 04/24. Oscar Wilde. ''The Importance of Being Earnest'' (1698-1740). __((E335_Paper|Paper Description Due)).
-

WEEK 14

- Tu. 04/29. Showalter, Elaine, ed. Selections from Daughters of Decadence: Ada Leverson's "Suggestion" (38-46), George Egerton's "A Cross Line" (47-68), Olive Schreiner's "The Buddhist Priest's Wife" (84-97).
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 14~~</h3>
+ Tu. 04/29. Showalter, Elaine, ed. Selections from ''Daughters of Decadence'': Ada Leverson's "Suggestion" (38-46), George Egerton's "A Cross Line" (47-68), Olive Schreiner's "The Buddhist Priest's Wife" (84-97).
- Th. 05/01. Showalter, Elaine, ed. Selections from Daughters of Decadence: Charlotte Mew's "A White Night" (118-38), Sarah Grand's "The Undefinable: a Fantasia" (262-87).
+ Th. 05/01. Showalter, Elaine, ed. Selections from ''Daughters of Decadence'': Charlotte Mew's "A White Night" (118-38), Sarah Grand's "The Undefinable: a Fantasia" (262-87).
-

WEEK 15

- Tu. 05/06. Rudyard Kipling. From War Stories and Poems: "The Drums of the Fore and Aft" (7-38), "The Mutiny of the Mavericks" (70-88).
+ <h3>~~green:WEEK 15~~</h3>
+ Tu. 05/06. Rudyard Kipling. From ''War Stories and Poems'': "The Drums of the Fore and Aft" (7-38), "The Mutiny of the Mavericks" (70-88).
- Th. 05/08. Rudyard Kipling. From War Stories and Poems.: "A Sahib's War" (163-80), "The Comprehension of Private Copper" (183-93).
+ Th. 05/08. Rudyard Kipling. From ''War Stories and Poems.'': "A Sahib's War" (163-80), "The Comprehension of Private Copper" (183-93).
-

FINAL EXAM

- ((E335_Final_Prep|Final Exam)). Date: Friday, May 16 10:45-1:15 p.m. in class. ((E335_Journals|Journal Set 3)) and the ((E335_Paper|Term Paper)) will be due by email attachment on or before May 20. (I must turn in grades by 4:00 pm Sunday, May 25, 2008.) For your other courses, check [http://www.chapman.edu/RegOffice/finalSchedule.asp|Chapman's Final Exam Schedule].
+ <h3>~~green:FINALS WEEK~~</h3>
+ ((E335_Final_Prep|Final Exam)) Date: __~~red: Friday, May 16 10:45-1:15 p.m. in class.~~__ __((E335_Journals|Journal Set 3))__ and the __((E335_Paper|Term Paper))__ will be due by email attachment on or before May 20. (I must turn in grades by 4:00 pm Sunday, May 25, 2008.) For your other courses, check __[http://www.chapman.edu/RegOffice/finalSchedule.asp|Chapman's Final Exam Schedule]__.



History

Legend: v=view , c=compare, d=diff
Information Version Html Action
Tue 14 Aug, 2012 12:37 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.174.123.248 94
Current
Html v
Tue 14 Aug, 2012 12:37 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.174.123.248 94 Html v  c  d
Tue 14 Aug, 2012 12:34 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.174.123.248 93 Html v  c  d
Thu 21 Jul, 2011 07:48 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49 92 Html v  c  d
Wed 20 Jul, 2011 04:53 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49
Mass search and replace
91 Html v  c  d
Wed 20 Jul, 2011 04:53 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.91.151.49
Mass search and replace
78 Html v  c  d
Tue 14 Aug, 2012 12:33 PM PDT by admin_main from 76.174.123.248 1 Html v  c  d

Archive Menu

Magnet Academy

Google Search

 
www.ajdrake.com
WWW