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The Week Ahead in English Literature I

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March 11-14: Titus Andronicus and Wikipedia Projects

 

Overview:

We will extend our discussion of humanism, poetry, and the sixteenth century with Shakespeare's bizarre and captivating Titus Andronicus, which I promise will be the oddest (and perhaps most interesting) Shakespeare play you'll ever read! Please start with Act I for Tuesday's class. On Friday, you will present your Wikipedia Projects. Instead of holding class on Wednesday, I have decided to give you the time to work on your projects.

 

Assignments Due:

-Your Wikipedia projects are due on Friday. Please review the guidelines for submitting your portfolio (one per group) and be sure to include a signed collaborative work statement.

 

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