War stirred up by Eris (goddess of arguments)
Thetis (river nymph) falls in love with Peleus (female goddess cant love mortalPeleus a lover of Zeus)
Thetis will have a child to rival Zeus Zeus gives Thetis Peleus (they dont invite Eris)
Final Exam Study Guide
Our ENGL 2328 final exam will take place on Tuesday, December 8, from 10:00-12:00. Please
bring a blue book, which can be purchased in the bookstore. The exam will consist of ten short
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English 2328: Essay #2
Reviewing Literary Criticism
Thursday, October 1hand out guidelines for Essay #2
Thursday, October 8source due (bring to class)
Tuesday, October 20final draft due (on Blackboard)
Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby: Quiz #3
Why does Gatsby let his domestic staff go?
He can no longer afford to pay them.
He doesn't like them.
They stole from him.
He doesn't want them to gossip about Daisy.
2. Who was driving
Faulkner and O'Connor: Quiz #6
1. In Faulkner's story, what is the name of Emily Grierson's beau?
a. Henry Bradford
b. Harry Butler
c. Homer Barron
d. Horatio Benz
2. What does Emily purchase from the pharmacist?
c. Sleeping pill
Walker's veryday Use" and Cisneros's "Woman Hollering Creek": Quiz #9
1. Which late-night television personality appears in the story, "Everyday Use"?
a. Ed McMahon
b. Barbara Walters
c. David Letterman
(d. Johnny Carson
Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby: Quiz
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Crane, "The Blue Hotel": Quiz #1
1. Where does the story take place?
2. What is the "blue hotel"?
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Shylocks stubborn insistence, inability to find compassion, he sews the seeds of his own demise. Why?
What is the play really about?
Minority gets the lesser in life, both get bad things
Are humans inherently good or evil? Does this matter, or is it only
Overall message from Part 1:
Humbling, xenophobia, in anothers shoes, ability to divide up into factions
Dont do thisthatbut offers no real alternatives
Superiority, inferiority (Lilliputians= big picture, giants= microscope) perspective
AP Lit Lecture: Pastoral
Poetry, Prose, Genre- different types of literature, not interchangeable (no novel poem)
Mode can apply to any type (poem, prose, genre)- satirical, heroic, pastoral
How artists develop genre (tone, objective, themes), refine, and
ENGL 2328.SO4: American Literature II
Group Presentation Guidelines
One of the projects we will complete this semester is a group presentation over a topic related to
our assigned readings. The purpose of this assignment is to give students the opportunit