notes11.6.08 - -Specific details of stories -Exam will be a...

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-Specific details of stories -Exam will be a little tougher than other exams -Deeper into stories, not following Propp R -Go over as many stories as you can in detail -Lump stories into bigger categories -Look at syllabus online Stories: Angel, Garden of Eden, Hill of Elves looking at romanticism in these stories o Elements of Romanticism Nature Imagination Emotion Vs. Enlightenment The Angel o How does this fit into the Romanticism Dichotomy Innocence and childhood, innocence of children Flower symbolism, nature Christian Theology/Belief Garden of Eden o Nature abundant in story “Perfect nature” o Supernatural creatures o Felix Culpa A fall that has to happen in order for movement to occur A mistake that must occur for the reward to happen o Femme Fragile Good hearted woman The idea that women are fragile Biedermier idea o Femme Fatale Eros/Thanatos Fatality, Death Hills of Elves o Supernatural creatures o Darker side of Romanticism
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course LITTRANS 275 taught by Professor Allen during the Spring '08 term at University of Wisconsin.

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