Lit-260-02_ Final Review .pdf - Harley R Soriano Professor Jay Gates Literature-260-02 Introduction to Literary Study What genre is it Poetry Play(if it

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Harley R. Soriano Professor Jay Gates May 15, 2019 Literature-260-02: Introduction to Literary Study What genre is it? Poetry, Play (if it doesn’t have quotation marks, it’s probably a play), Prose (goes all the way across the page, quotation marks) Is it poetry or Prose? Yes/No. Is it American or British? One word tells you, absolutely British, ‘perambulator’. Who talks about going up the career ladder, fantasy women? (Gallimard from D.H. Henry Hwang’s play M. Butterfly). “The noisiest bird ever” - hyperbole “Unquiet bird” - Litotes, intentional understatement A part from the whole, particularly focuses on function “the pot boils” Metonymy Synecdoche ----- May 16, 2019 ---- Poetry: 1. “To His Coy Mistress” (1681) by Andrew Marvell (English) 2. “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” by T. S. Eliot (English/American) 3. “The Wanderer” (1930) by W.H. Auden 4. “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” (1890) by Emily Dickinson (American, Massachusetts) 5. “They Flee From Me” (1503-1542) Sir Thomas Wyatt (English) 6. “The Wanderer” (2014) ed. and trans. by Robert E. Bjork Harvard University
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