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The lectures are designed to increase your understanding of the text and literary readings and to assist you in answering the reading questions as well as to improve your scores on the reading quizzes. Having a solid understanding of literary terms and their usage will also improve your grade on the literary analysis paper.

Click on the lecture you wish you view. You will need to turn your speakers on or have headphones as the slides are narrated and only a portion of the information is on the screen. ***BE PATIENT: The slides come up quickly, but the sound files take a little time to load. You may have to wait up to 30 seconds per slide to load the sound file. Just click on the speaker icon once and wait - it will begin playing in a few moments.

I have added transcripts of the oral lecture portions if you want to see those as well. You will want to read them while looking at the slides or you can listen to them by clicking on the speaker icon on the slide.

To move to the next slide, click on the titles on the left side of the screen or click the green arrows When finished, click the back button on your browser and you will return to this screen. Enjoy!

If you don't have Powerpoint on your computer, you may need to download the Powerpoint 2003 Viewer from Microsoft. Here is the link you need for the download: Get Powerpoint now!

Mythology Lecture[no sound]

Shakespeare Lecture

Shakespeare Transcript

Drama Lecture

Drama Transcript

Fiction Lecture

Fiction Transcript

Poetry Lecture

Poetry Transcript

Literary Analysis Paper Lecture

Literary Analysis Paper Transcript

Novels Lecture

Novels Transcript

How to Format a Paper MLA style 




Last Updated: 10/05/2014
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