To BFF: OMG! It was such a wild and incredible night! I wish you could have come.
There were so many people there that I knew you missed out on one of the best
parties of all time. The music was so loud and there were strobe lights everywhere.
To Mom: Th
Cutter's and Taylors essays both are centered on the idea of social justice for
everyone. Taylor allows us to actually view the situation from a different perspective other
than the westernized white man. While it does
24 February 2016
The four texts that we have covered so far all have different views about nature,
wilderness, wildness, and the environment. Cronon aims to convince his audience that
there is nothing natural about the concept o
January 25th, 2016
In William Cronons The Trouble with Wilderness, Cronon argues that the concept
of wilderness has transformed from being described as a waste that people would try to
avoid to areas that we should preserve from
20 February 2016
In Donald M. Wallers Getting Back to the Right Nature I have chosen
conservation as a key term. This term is complicated as the overall goal of conservation is
to preserve or protect a natural environment, but b
SAMPLE EMAILS TO PROFESSORS, THANK YOU
LETTERS TO ORGANIZATIONS,
& BUSINESS MEMOS TO BOSSES OR CO-WORKERS
January 28, 2014
SAMPLE EMAIL #1
WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT THIS?
WHAT WOULD YOU CHANGE?
SAMPLE EMAIL #2
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UNIT 1 COURSE SCHEDULE
This is your syllabus schedule for Unit 1, and it is subject to change if needed. Please refer to changes
discussed in class or posted on blackboard announcements and under the Syllabus and Schedule tab
for any alterations and addit
Plot: Plot is a literary term used to describe the events that make up a story or the main part of
a story. These events relate to each other in a pattern or a sequence. The structure of a novel
depends on the organization of events in the pl
Allusion: a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historical, cultural, literary or
Tale: a narrative that relates the details of some real or imaginary event, incident, or case
Prose: a form of language
Diction: the actual words used in any (speech, writing, and literary works). The choice of words
contributes significantly to the style of a given work.
Romantic: From the 12th century to the 16th century, the main form of European narrative,
Period of English history from the 5th century until the end of the 11 th century. (400s until the
Period of conversion to Christianity (Catholicism specifically)
Period marked by invasion by the Vikings.
Monologue: It is a literary device, which is the speech or verbal presentation that a single character
presents in order to express his/her collection of thoughts and ideas aloud.
Genre: The style, structure, and often, length of a work, when coupled with
Setting: The time and place in which the story takes place. The definition of setting can also
include social statuses, weather, historical period, and details about immediate
surroundings. Settings can be real or fictional, or a combination
Restoration: the English literature written during the historical period commonly referred to as
the English Restoration (16601689), which corresponds to the last years of the direct Stuart
reign in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland.
Stanza: groupings of two or more lines, through stanza is usually reserved for groupings of at
least four lines. They are often joined by rhyme, often in a sequence, where each grouo shares
the same metrical pattern.
Simile: a figure of thoug
Novel- an extremely flexible genre in both form and subject matter. Usually in prose, giving high
priority to narration of events, with a certain expectation of length, novels are preponderantly
rooted in a specific, and often complex, social
Point of View: the perspective from which people, events, and other details in a work of fiction
are viewed; also called focus, though the term point of view is sometimes used to include both
focus and voice. The point of view is said to be l
Modern- has its origins in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, mainly in Europe and North
America, and is characterized by a self-conscious break with traditional ways of writing, in both
poetry and prose fiction.
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