Revision history for TheBritishNovelSpring2012


Revision [436]

Last edited on 2012-02-16 07:06:44 by MorganAdmin
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Over weekend, read NA, vol 1 and critical essay
Deletions:
Over weekend, read NA to pp. xx


Revision [435]

Edited on 2012-02-08 07:33:55 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Feb 7 - Moderators: assigned: vol IV - Blaise and Emma
Vol V - Morgan
Feb 9 - Moderators: assigned: vol VI - Eric Christensen and Chris
Deletions:
Feb 7 - Moderators: assigned: vol IV - Blaise and Emma and/or V
Feb 9 - Moderators: assigned: vol VI -


Revision [433]

Edited on 2012-02-05 07:10:11 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Feb 2 - Moderators - Andy and Gabe
Feb 7 - Moderators: assigned: vol IV - Blaise and Emma and/or V
Feb 9 - Moderators: assigned: vol VI -
Deletions:
Feb 2 - Moderator:
Feb 7 - Moderators: assigned: vol IV and/or V
Feb 9 - Moderators: assigned: vol VI


Revision [431]

Edited on 2012-01-31 06:57:19 by MorganAdmin
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From the Preface: a book about the arbitrary and unexplored assumption about fiction. We are dominated by The Story, and fail to notice and value any reality that does not coincide with our preconceptions of what's real - and how we fail to notice or even reject things that don't fit our preconception of the fit, proper, beautiful -- What? Too pedantic? How about -- a good story oddly told? -- Too trite? Will you never be satisfied -- ?
Deletions:
From the Preface: a book about the arbitrary and unexplored assumption about fiction. We are dominated by The Story, and fail to notice and value any reality that does not coincide with our preconceptions of what's real - and how we fail to notice or even reject things that don't fit our preconception of the fit, proper, beautiful ''-----'' What? Too pedantic? How about ##---## a good story oddly told? Too trite? Will you never be satisfied ---?


Revision [430]

Edited on 2012-01-31 06:56:53 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
From the Preface: a book about the arbitrary and unexplored assumption about fiction. We are dominated by The Story, and fail to notice and value any reality that does not coincide with our preconceptions of what's real - and how we fail to notice or even reject things that don't fit our preconception of the fit, proper, beautiful ''-----'' What? Too pedantic? How about ##---## a good story oddly told? Too trite? Will you never be satisfied ---?
Deletions:
From the Preface: a book about the arbitrary and unexplored assumption about fiction. We are dominated by The Story, and fail to notice and value any reality that does not coincide with our preconceptions of what's real - and how we fail to notice or even reject things that don't fit our preconception of the fit, proper, beautiful ##---## What? Too pedantic? How about ##---## a good story oddly told? Too trite? Will you never be satisfied ---?


Revision [429]

Edited on 2012-01-31 06:56:17 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
From the Preface: a book about the arbitrary and unexplored assumption about fiction. We are dominated by The Story, and fail to notice and value any reality that does not coincide with our preconceptions of what's real - and how we fail to notice or even reject things that don't fit our preconception of the fit, proper, beautiful ##---## What? Too pedantic? How about ##---## a good story oddly told? Too trite? Will you never be satisfied ---?
Deletions:
From the Preface: a book about the arbitrary and unexplored assumption about fiction. We are dominated by The Story, and fail to notice and value any reality that does not coincide with our preconceptions of what's real - and how we fail to notice or even reject things that don't fit our preconception of the fit, proper, beautiful --- What? Too pedantic? How about --- a good story oddly told? Too trite? Will you never be satisfied ---?


Revision [428]

Edited on 2012-01-31 06:55:24 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
From the Preface: a book about the arbitrary and unexplored assumption about fiction. We are dominated by The Story, and fail to notice and value any reality that does not coincide with our preconceptions of what's real - and how we fail to notice or even reject things that don't fit our preconception of the fit, proper, beautiful --- What? Too pedantic? How about --- a good story oddly told? Too trite? Will you never be satisfied ---?
Deletions:
From the Preface: a book about the arbitrary and unexplored assumption about fiction. We are dominated by The Story, and fail to notice and value any reality that does not coincide with our preconceptions of what's real - and how we fail to notice or even reject things that don't fit our preconception of the fit, proper, beautiful --------- What? Too pedantic? How about ---------- a good story oddly told? Too trite? Will you never be satisfied ------------?


Revision [427]

Edited on 2012-01-31 06:54:35 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
From the Preface: a book about the arbitrary and unexplored assumption about fiction. We are dominated by The Story, and fail to notice and value any reality that does not coincide with our preconceptions of what's real - and how we fail to notice or even reject things that don't fit our preconception of the fit, proper, beautiful --------- What? Too pedantic? How about ---------- a good story oddly told? Too trite? Will you never be satisfied ------------?
Deletions:
All about time.


Revision [426]

Edited on 2012-01-31 06:28:25 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Over the weekend, start TS Vols I - III (p 175)
Jan 31 - Moving narrating instance, the reading instance, pace, narrative levels.
Over the weekend, read vols IV - VI
Feb 7 - Moderators: assigned: vol IV and/or V
Feb 9 - Moderators: assigned: vol VI
Over weekend, finish TS, vols VII - IX
Feb 14 - Moderators: vol VII
Feb 16 - Moderators: vol IX
Deletions:
Over the weekend, start TS Vols I - III (p 175) (pending)
Jan 31 - moving narrating instance, the reading instance, pace, violations (?) of narrative levels.
Over the weekend, read to Vol tba
Feb 7 -
Feb 9 -
Over weekend, finish TS
Feb 14 -
Feb 16 -


Revision [425]

Edited on 2012-01-26 08:04:49 by MorganAdmin
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All about time.


Revision [424]

Edited on 2012-01-26 08:04:18 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Jan 19 - Moderator: Eric Binkert
Jan 26 - Moderator: Paul Smith
Over the weekend, start TS Vols I - III (p 175) (pending)
Deletions:
Jan 19 - Moderator:
Jan 26 - Moderator:
Over the weekend, start TS to Vol tba


Revision [420]

Edited on 2012-01-12 07:02:12 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Recommended
- Zimmerman, "H.F.'s Meditations," pp 285 - 295.
- Richetti, "Epilogue," pp. 295 - 301.
Jan 17 - opening discussions, verisimilitude, time
Jan 24 - questions, techniques
Feb 2 - Moderator:
Deletions:
Suggested: Zimmerman, "H.F.'s Meditations," pp 285 - 295.
Jan 17 - opening discussions. background. narrative technique
Jan 24 - narrative discourse. levels, narrating instance, the fiction of the narrating instance
Feb 2 -


Revision [419]

Edited on 2012-01-11 05:42:33 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Over the weekend, start TS to Vol tba
Over the weekend, read to Vol tba
Deletions:
Over the weekend, start TS to Vol ??
Over the weekend, read to Vol ??


Revision [418]

Edited on 2012-01-10 07:22:17 by MorganAdmin

No Differences

Revision [417]

Edited on 2012-01-10 07:21:49 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Think of //JPY// as an 18th century disaster movie, with zombies. Defoe passed off the //Journal// as a first-person historical account (Based on true events!) rather than a fiction written 50 years after the events it narrates. Given that he has to stay close to events, for fear of the ruse being spotted, how does he do it? And how would this ruse go down with Oprah?
Deletions:
==Think of it as an 18th century disaster movie, with zombies ==
Defoe passed off the //Journal// as a first-person historical account (Based on true events!) rather than a fiction written 50 years after the events it narrates. Given that he has to stay close to events, for fear of the ruse being spotted, how does he do it? And how would this ruse go down with Oprah?


Revision [416]

Edited on 2012-01-10 07:20:51 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Jan 26 - Moderator:
Deletions:
Jan 26 - Moderator


Revision [415]

Edited on 2012-01-10 07:20:41 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Jan 10 - intros
Jan 12 - Intro
Over weekend, read //JPY// to p. 100, "I come back to my three men."
Defoe passed off the //Journal// as a first-person historical account (Based on true events!) rather than a fiction written 50 years after the events it narrates. Given that he has to stay close to events, for fear of the ruse being spotted, how does he do it? And how would this ruse go down with Oprah?
Suggested: Zimmerman, "H.F.'s Meditations," pp 285 - 295.
Jan 17 - opening discussions. background. narrative technique
Jan 19 - Moderator:
Over weekend, finish //JPY//
Jan 24 - narrative discourse. levels, narrating instance, the fiction of the narrating instance
Jan 26 - Moderator
Feb 2 -
Feb 7 -
Feb 9 -
Deletions:
Jan 10 - intros
Jan 12 - Intro: narrative discourse. levels, narrating instance, the fiction of the narrating instance
Over weekend, read //JPY// to p. xx
Defoe passed off the //Journal// as a first-person historical account (Based on true events!) rather than a fiction written 50 years after the events it narrates. Given that he has to stay close to events, for fear of the ruse being spotted, how does he do it? And how would this go down with Oprah?
Jan 17 - background. narrative technique. homodiegetic narration. narrating instance.
Jan 19 -
Over weekend, finish JPY
Jan 24 -
Jan 26 -
Feb 2
Feb 7
Feb 9


Revision [414]

Edited on 2012-01-09 15:40:09 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Jan 12 - Intro: narrative discourse. levels, narrating instance, the fiction of the narrating instance
Over weekend, read //JPY// to p. xx
Jan 31 - moving narrating instance, the reading instance, pace, violations (?) of narrative levels.
Deletions:
Jan 12 - intro: narrative discourse. homodiegetic narration. narrating instance.
Over weekend, read JPY to p. xx
Jan 31 - homodiegetic narration, moving narrating instance, the reading instance, pace, violations (?) of narrative levels.


Revision [410]

Edited on 2012-01-07 10:27:24 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
== BritishNovelStatement2012 ==
Deletions:
BritishNovelStatement2012


Revision [408]

Edited on 2012-01-07 10:17:28 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Over the weekend, start TS to Vol ??
Over the weekend, read to Vol ??
Deletions:
Over the weekend, start TS to p xx
Over the weekend, read to p. xx


Revision [407]

Edited on 2012-01-07 10:16:16 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Jan 12 - intro: narrative discourse. homodiegetic narration. narrating instance.
Defoe passed off the //Journal// as a first-person historical account (Based on true events!) rather than a fiction written 50 years after the events it narrates. Given that he has to stay close to events, for fear of the ruse being spotted, how does he do it? And how would this go down with Oprah?
Jan 17 - background. narrative technique. homodiegetic narration. narrating instance.
Jan 31 - homodiegetic narration, moving narrating instance, the reading instance, pace, violations (?) of narrative levels.
Deletions:
>>====Required Texts====
Defoe. //A Journal of the Plague Year//. Norton Critical Edition, 1992. Daniel Defoe (Author), Paula R. Backsheider (Editor, University of Rochester).
Stearne. //Tristram Shand//y. Norton Critical Edition, 1979. Laurence Sterne (Author), Howard Anderson (Editor, Michigan State University).

Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).
Dickens. //Bleak House//. Norton Critical Edition, 1977. Charles Dickens (Author), George Ford (Editor, University of Rochester), Sylvere Monod (Editor, University of Paris-Sorbonne).
Woolf. //Jacob's Room//. Norton Critical Edition, 2007. Virginia Woolf (Author), Suzanne Raitt (Editor, College of William and Mary).
Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).>>
Jan 12 - intros
Defoe passed off the //Journal// as a first-person historical account (Based on true events!) rather than a fiction written 50 years after the events it narrates. Given that he has to stay close to events, for fear of the ruse being spotted, how does he do it? And how would this go down with Oprah?
Jan 17 - backgrounds
Jan 31


Revision [406]

Edited on 2012-01-07 10:09:47 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Defoe. //A Journal of the Plague Year//. Norton Critical Edition, 1992. Daniel Defoe (Author), Paula R. Backsheider (Editor, University of Rochester).
Stearne. //Tristram Shand//y. Norton Critical Edition, 1979. Laurence Sterne (Author), Howard Anderson (Editor, Michigan State University).

Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).
Dickens. //Bleak House//. Norton Critical Edition, 1977. Charles Dickens (Author), George Ford (Editor, University of Rochester), Sylvere Monod (Editor, University of Paris-Sorbonne).
Woolf. //Jacob's Room//. Norton Critical Edition, 2007. Virginia Woolf (Author), Suzanne Raitt (Editor, College of William and Mary).
Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).>>
Deletions:
Defoe. //A Journal of the Plague Year//. Norton Critical Edition, 1992. Daniel Defoe (Author), Paula R. Backsheider (Editor, University of Rochester).
Stearne. //Tristram Shand//y. Norton Critical Edition, 1979. Laurence Sterne (Author), Howard Anderson (Editor, Michigan State University).
Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).
Dickens. //Bleak House//. Norton Critical Edition, 1977. Charles Dickens (Author), George Ford (Editor, University of Rochester), Sylvere Monod (Editor, University of Paris-Sorbonne).
Woolf. //Jacob's Room//. Norton Critical Edition, 2007. Virginia Woolf (Author), Suzanne Raitt (Editor, College of William and Mary).
Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).>>


Revision [405]

Edited on 2012-01-07 10:09:27 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Defoe. //A Journal of the Plague Year//. Norton Critical Edition, 1992. Daniel Defoe (Author), Paula R. Backsheider (Editor, University of Rochester).
Stearne. //Tristram Shand//y. Norton Critical Edition, 1979. Laurence Sterne (Author), Howard Anderson (Editor, Michigan State University).
Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).
Dickens. //Bleak House//. Norton Critical Edition, 1977. Charles Dickens (Author), George Ford (Editor, University of Rochester), Sylvere Monod (Editor, University of Paris-Sorbonne).
Woolf. //Jacob's Room//. Norton Critical Edition, 2007. Virginia Woolf (Author), Suzanne Raitt (Editor, College of William and Mary).
Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).>>
Deletions:
- Defoe. //A Journal of the Plague Year//. Norton Critical Edition, 1992. Daniel Defoe (Author), Paula R. Backsheider (Editor, University of Rochester).
- Stearne. //Tristram Shand//y. Norton Critical Edition, 1979. Laurence Sterne (Author), Howard Anderson (Editor, Michigan State University).
- Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).
- Dickens. //Bleak House//. Norton Critical Edition, 1977. Charles Dickens (Author), George Ford (Editor, University of Rochester), Sylvere Monod (Editor, University of Paris-Sorbonne).
- Woolf. //Jacob's Room//. Norton Critical Edition, 2007. Virginia Woolf (Author), Suzanne Raitt (Editor, College of William and Mary).
- Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).>>


Revision [404]

Edited on 2012-01-07 10:08:51 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
>>====Required Texts====
- Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).>>
Deletions:
====Required Texts====
- Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).
====Description====
A 15-week study of the British (well, English) novel, with a primary focus on narrative technique. Six novels in 15 weeks means we'll all be reading every weekend, between our meetings on Thursdays and Tuesdays. Read fast, read to be entertained. On occasion, I'll give you narrative markers and moves to take note of and mark in your reading. On occasion, I'll assign some critical readings from the Norton Editions or elsewhere. In class, we'll address close readings, critical topics, narrative techniques.
Attendance is required. Participation is expected. Keeping up with the reading is obligatory.
===Less lecture - more seminar===
Each week, one or two of you will be expected to manage the class discussion on the current novel, starting with a critical question that stems from critical readings in the text, our discussions, or a question I assign. We'll rotate through the class. More later.


Revision [402]

Edited on 2012-01-07 10:07:45 by MorganAdmin
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BritishNovelStatement2012


Revision [398]

Edited on 2011-12-18 07:31:16 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Defoe passed off the //Journal// as a first-person historical account (Based on true events!) rather than a fiction written 50 years after the events it narrates. Given that he has to stay close to events, for fear of the ruse being spotted, how does he do it? And how would this go down with Oprah?
Deletions:
Defoe passed off the //Journal// as a first-person historical account (Based on true events!) rather than a fiction written 50 years after the events it narrates. Given that he has to stay close to events, for fear of the ruse being spotted, how does he do it? And how would this go down with Oprah?


Revision [397]

Edited on 2011-12-18 07:30:17 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
==Think of it as an 18th century disaster movie, with zombies ==
Deletions:
==An 18th century disaster movie, with zombies ==


Revision [396]

Edited on 2011-12-18 07:29:38 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
=====The British Novel=====
- Defoe. //A Journal of the Plague Year//. Norton Critical Edition, 1992. Daniel Defoe (Author), Paula R. Backsheider (Editor, University of Rochester).
- Stearne. //Tristram Shand//y. Norton Critical Edition, 1979. Laurence Sterne (Author), Howard Anderson (Editor, Michigan State University).
- Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).
- Dickens. //Bleak House//. Norton Critical Edition, 1977. Charles Dickens (Author), George Ford (Editor, University of Rochester), Sylvere Monod (Editor, University of Paris-Sorbonne).
- Woolf. //Jacob's Room//. Norton Critical Edition, 2007. Virginia Woolf (Author), Suzanne Raitt (Editor, College of William and Mary).
- Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).
A 15-week study of the British (well, English) novel, with a primary focus on narrative technique. Six novels in 15 weeks means we'll all be reading every weekend, between our meetings on Thursdays and Tuesdays. Read fast, read to be entertained. On occasion, I'll give you narrative markers and moves to take note of and mark in your reading. On occasion, I'll assign some critical readings from the Norton Editions or elsewhere. In class, we'll address close readings, critical topics, narrative techniques.
==An 18th century disaster movie, with zombies ==
Defoe passed off the //Journal// as a first-person historical account (Based on true events!) rather than a fiction written 50 years after the events it narrates. Given that he has to stay close to events, for fear of the ruse being spotted, how does he do it? And how would this go down with Oprah?
Jan 17 - backgrounds
Deletions:
The British Novel
Defoe. //A Journal of the Plague Year//. Norton Critical Edition, 1992. Daniel Defoe (Author), Paula R. Backsheider (Editor, University of Rochester).
Stearne. //Tristram Shand//y. Norton Critical Edition, 1979. Laurence Sterne (Author), Howard Anderson (Editor, Michigan State University).
Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).
Dickens. //Bleak House//. Norton Critical Edition, 1977. Charles Dickens (Author), George Ford (Editor, University of Rochester), Sylvere Monod (Editor, University of Paris-Sorbonne).
Woolf. //Jacob's Room//. Norton Critical Edition, 2007. Virginia Woolf (Author), Suzanne Raitt (Editor, College of William and Mary).
Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).
A 15-week study of the development of the British (well, English) novel, with a primary focus on narrative technique. Six novels in 15 weeks means we'll all be reading every weekend, between our meetings on Thursdays and Tuesdays. Read fast, read to be entertained. On occasion, I'll give you narrative markers and moves to take note of and mark in your reading. On occasion, I'll assign some critical readings from the Norton Editions. In class, we'll address close readings, critical topics, narrative techniques.
An 18th century disaster movie, with zombies.
Jan 17 -


Revision [395]

Edited on 2011-12-18 07:07:35 by MorganAdmin
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An 18th century disaster movie, with zombies.
Deletions:
An 18th century disaster movie, with zombies.
http://www.jstor.org.bsuproxy.mnpals.net/stable/pdfplus/512807.pdf?acceptTC=true


Revision [393]

Edited on 2011-12-16 17:08:44 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
http://www.jstor.org.bsuproxy.mnpals.net/stable/pdfplus/512807.pdf?acceptTC=true


Revision [392]

Edited on 2011-12-16 17:00:30 by MorganAdmin
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An 18th century disaster movie, with zombies.


Revision [294]

Edited on 2011-12-02 06:55:07 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
===Less lecture - more seminar===
Each week, one or two of you will be expected to manage the class discussion on the current novel, starting with a critical question that stems from critical readings in the text, our discussions, or a question I assign. We'll rotate through the class. More later.
Deletions:
Each week, one of you will be expected to present on the current novel, starting with a critical questions that stems from critical readings in the text, or an one I assign. We'll rotate through the class. More later.


Revision [293]

Edited on 2011-12-02 06:52:03 by MorganAdmin
Deletions:
**Note 0f 22 Nov**: I am looking for a way to trim out a novel - with little luck. We may, however, reduce BH to two weeks and/or NA, JR, or CO to one.


Revision [291]

Edited on 2011-11-22 10:44:46 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).
Deletions:
Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition\, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).


Revision [290]

Edited on 2011-11-22 10:44:34 by MorganAdmin
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Attendance is required. Participation is expected. Keeping up with the reading is obligatory.
Each week, one of you will be expected to present on the current novel, starting with a critical questions that stems from critical readings in the text, or an one I assign. We'll rotate through the class. More later.
**Note 0f 22 Nov**: I am looking for a way to trim out a novel - with little luck. We may, however, reduce BH to two weeks and/or NA, JR, or CO to one.
Mar 27
Deletions:
Attendance is required. Participation is expected.
Note o0f 22 Nov: I am looking for a way to trim out a novel - with little luck. We may, however, reduce BH to two weeks and/or NA to one.
Mar 27 - intros


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Edited on 2011-11-22 10:35:45 by MorganAdmin
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A 15-week study of the development of the British (well, English) novel, with a primary focus on narrative technique. Six novels in 15 weeks means we'll all be reading every weekend, between our meetings on Thursdays and Tuesdays. Read fast, read to be entertained. On occasion, I'll give you narrative markers and moves to take note of and mark in your reading. On occasion, I'll assign some critical readings from the Norton Editions. In class, we'll address close readings, critical topics, narrative techniques.
Attendance is required. Participation is expected.
Note o0f 22 Nov: I am looking for a way to trim out a novel - with little luck. We may, however, reduce BH to two weeks and/or NA to one.
===Week 1: Intros===
===Weeks 4 - 6: Tristram Shandy===
===Weeks 7 - 8: Northanger Abbey===
===Weeks 9 - 11: Bleak House===
===Weeks 12 - 14: Jacob's Room===
===weeks 15 - final: A Clockwork Orange===
Deletions:
A 15-week study of the development of the British (well, English) novel, with a primary focus on narrative technique.
Weeks 1: Intros
===weeks 4 - 6: Tristram Shandy===
Weeks 7 - 8: Northanger Abbey
Weeks 9 - 11: Bleak House
Weeks 12 - 14: Jacob's Room
weeks 15 - final: A Clockwork Orange


Revision [288]

Edited on 2011-11-22 10:28:38 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Defoe. //A Journal of the Plague Year//. Norton Critical Edition, 1992. Daniel Defoe (Author), Paula R. Backsheider (Editor, University of Rochester).
Stearne. //Tristram Shand//y. Norton Critical Edition, 1979. Laurence Sterne (Author), Howard Anderson (Editor, Michigan State University).
Austen. //Northanger Abbey//. Norton Critical Edition\, 2004. Jane Austen (Author), Susan Fraiman (Editor, University of Virginia).
Dickens. //Bleak House//. Norton Critical Edition, 1977. Charles Dickens (Author), George Ford (Editor, University of Rochester), Sylvere Monod (Editor, University of Paris-Sorbonne).
Woolf. //Jacob's Room//. Norton Critical Edition, 2007. Virginia Woolf (Author), Suzanne Raitt (Editor, College of William and Mary).
Burgess. //A Clockwork Orange//. Norton Critical Edition, 2010. Anthony Burgess (Author), Mark Rawlinson (Editor, University of Leicester).
====Description====
A 15-week study of the development of the British (well, English) novel, with a primary focus on narrative technique.
==== Syllabus ====
Weeks 1: Intros
Jan 10 - intros
Jan 12 - intros
Over weekend, read JPY to p. xx
===Week 2 - 3: Journal of the Plague Year===
Jan 17 -
Jan 19 -
Over weekend, finish JPY
Jan 24 -
Jan 26 -
Over the weekend, start TS to p xx
===weeks 4 - 6: Tristram Shandy===
Jan 31
Feb 2
Over the weekend, read to p. xx
Feb 7
Feb 9
Over weekend, finish TS
Feb 14 -
Feb 16 -
Over weekend, read NA to pp. xx
Weeks 7 - 8: Northanger Abbey
Feb 21
Feb 23
Over weekend, read rest of NA
Feb 28 -
Mar 1 -
Over weekend and break, start BH to p. xx
Weeks 9 - 11: Bleak House
Mar 13
Mar 15
Read BH to p. xx
Mar 20
Mar 22
Over weekend, finish BH
Mar 27 - intros
Mar 29
Over weekend, start JR to p. xx
Weeks 12 - 14: Jacob's Room
Apr 3
Apr 5
Over weekend, finish JR.
Apr 10
Apr 12
Over weekend, start CO to p. xx
weeks 15 - final: A Clockwork Orange
Apr 17
Apr 19
Over weekend, finish CO
Apr 24
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Deletions:
Defoe. A Journal of the Plague Year. Norton Critical Edition, 1992. Daniel Defoe (Author), Paula R. Backsheider (Editor, University of Rochester)
Stearne. Tristram Shandy. Norton Critical Edition, 1979. Laurence Sterne (Author), Howard Anderson (Editor, Michigan State University)
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