English 201 - Evelina and Wrap Up

English 201 - Evelina and Wrap Up - What themes or topics...

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Evelina , in Conclusion 1. Social status What does the text ultimately have to say about social status? 2. Gender roles What is ideal gendered behavior? What are the other types of gendered roles that the text portrays and what does it say about them? 3. Narrative development How do the beginning, middle, and end work as a whole? British Literature Origins to 1800, in Conclusion
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Unformatted text preview: What themes or topics seem to recur? What happens to literary form(s) over this period? How can we make sense of a literary history that begins with Beowulf and ends with Evelina ? (Of course, this is a constructed and extremely simplified scope, but in some ways a rather accurate representation.)...
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