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ENGL 2600 Introduction to Literary Studies (Stamford)   Tags: cramer, dryden, engl2600, english, english_stamford, literary_studies, mla, oed, stamford  

Resources for Dr. Morgne Cramer's class
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 MINI #2.  -- 2600

Part 1.  On 10/13.  In-class questions on Arnold, Tolstoy, Pater (biography & quotes)

Part 2. Turn in 10/13 

1.         Select a thesis topic (you can use a topic you are writing on for another class)

 2.         Search the MLA for articles & books on that topic. 

Use the MLA directory via Homer. DO NOT JUST GOOGLE OR RELY ONLY ON JSTOR!

 3.         Prepare a list of 10 academic sources relevant to your topic, using MLA format.  Include

              *1-2 web sources (limit is 2)

              *at least l book title (limit is 3)

              *at least l book chapter (articles in a book) (limit is 3)

              *at least 3 articles from scholarly journals (limitless)

***Be sure that most of your sources are print, not online sources and that they are academic/refereed sources.

Part 3:  turn in 10/13

1.  Select 2 terms from l of the selections we read in class by l of the following:  Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley, Keats, Arnold, Pater.

 2.  Search the OED and type up the parts of the word history most relevant to the poem/source.

Part 4. Turn in 101/3  

Order and attach to parts 1 & 2 one scholarly article.  For Mini #3, You will read this article and turn in a detailed outline following our outline format for essays from Criticisms.

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