2007-2008 ENG 108 reading package

2007-2008 ENG 108 reading package - Ryerson University...

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Ryerson University Dept. of English ENG 108 -- The Nature of Narrative I Fall 2007 Reading Package Fairy Tales 1. Anon. folk tale, “Story of Grandmother” (oral tradition) 2. Charles Perrault, “Little Red Riding Hood” (1697) 3. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, “Little Red Cap” (1812) 4. Angela Carter, “Werewolf”; “The Company of Wolves” (1979) Love’s Literary Conventions 5. Sir Thomas Wyatt, “Descriptions of the Contrarious Passions in a Lover” (1557) 6. Christopher Marlowe, “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” (1599) 7. Sir Walter Raleigh, “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” (1600) 8. C. Day Lewis, “Song” (1938) 9. William Shakespeare, Sonnets 18, 130 (1609) 10. Aphra Behn, “A Thousand Martyrs I Have Made” (1688) 11. Anne Finch, “The Unequal Fetters” (1713) Critical Reading 12. R. S. Gwynn and Wanda Campbell, “Introduction to Fiction.” 13. Julie Sanders, “What Is Adaptation?” 14. Julie Sanders, “What Is Appropriation?”
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15. Anthony Kerby, “Hermeneutics.” 16. Barbara Godard, “Intertextuality.”
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