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2010FA-ENGL-2323-8430 complete - Richland College Teaching...

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Richland College Teaching, Learning, and Community Building Fall 2010 ENGLISH 2323.8430/9001 British Literature II Significant works of British and Commonwealth writers from 19th century to the present INSTRUCTOR: Rica Garcia Phone and Voice Mail: (972) 238-6293; (If you leave a message for me at this number, please email me the message as well. If you need to talk to me, please email me your phone number.) Fax: (972) 238-6166--include a cover page with my name on it. Email: [email protected] Office: C265 Virtual Office hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 11:00 -12 noon Note: I am not in my office during these times, since contract in this course is by email. You may email at any time, and I will get back to you in 24 hours. Textbook: Readings for the Course: I have placed all the readings for this course on ecampus. Textbook (optional) : If you choose to buy a textbook, all the readings can be found in The Norton Anthology of English Literature (8th Ed.) Vol. 2 edited by Abrams, et al. Paperback ISBN: 0-393-92532-3 Hardback ISBN: 0-39392715-6 You can find this textbook in the DCCCD campus bookstores or go to www.amazon.com or other online bookstores to find used copies. (Use the ISBN number to search and be sure you are getting Volume II, 8th edition. You will want to check the ISBN number of the book you buy in the bookstore as well. 1
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I have also put a copy of our textbook on reserve in the Richland LRC (located on the East side of campus) at the circulation desk for your use, and it has a copy of the extra credit assignment in it. There is a copier in the library. Ask for it under the name of Rica Garcia If you choose not to get a textbook, be aware that there is background information on the readings in the textbook that will not be available in the writings I took from the internet that you will find on ecampus. (I do provide “Reading Notes” over some of the more difficult pieces of literature.) You will find the readings by clicking on Assignments . They are posted with each week's assignments. One of your major papers requires you read in your textbook suggested selections from a wide variety of choices. It is easier to do this if you have a textbook, but most of these selections are available if you search the internet for the writer and the title. You will not find the readings for this paper posted on ecampus. The title of the extra credit assignment is "One out of Many" by V.S. Naipaul. This story is by Nobel prize-winning writer, so most libraries will have a copy. Catalog Description: Prerequisite: English 1301, English 1302 and have met Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards in Reading and Writing. This course includes significant works of British and Commonwealth writers from the 19th century to the present. For repeatability purposes, students who take English 2321 should not also take English 2322 or 2323. (3 Lec.) Introduction: This course takes a thematic approach to the British literature written between the end of the eighteenth century and the present. It is
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