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The lectures are designed to increase your understanding of the text and handbook readings as well as to assist you in answering the reading questions and 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 midterm report and the literary analysis paper.

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Lecture #0 Orientation

Lecture #1 Novels & Monkey

Lecture #2 Drama

Lecture #3 Satire, Epic & Mock Epic

Lecture #4 Faust II

Lecture #5 Poetry & Brit Romanticism

Lecture #6 Romantic France Germany

Lecture #7 Bovary 1

Lecture #8 Bovary 2

Lecture #9 Death Psych

Lecture #10 Freud

Lecture #11 Modernism

Lecture #12 Fantastic

Lecture #13 Sultan's Dilemma

Lecture #14 Detective Fic

Lecture #15 Guest & Drunken Woman

Lect #16 Death and King's Horseman

Lecture #17 Theatre of Absurd

Lec #18 Get an "A" on your Literary Analysis Paper



Last Updated: 05/04/2015
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