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Here are the remaining lines that we’ll be hearing about on Tuesday:
If you need a copy of the readings for tomorrow, here is a downloadable version until you can get the course pack. Please print it out and bring it with you to class if you haven’t yet bought the course pack.
2. Year and Major
3. Email address
4. What are you hoping to learn in this course, or what is your personal goal (beyond satisfying a requirement)?
5. Answer one of the following questions:
A. If you could be a character in your favorite book or movie, what character would you be, and why? What would you do or say differently from the character as he or she exists?
B. What is your favorite book, or what book has influenced you the most? Why?
C. If you could travel back in time and meet an author or historical figure, who would it be and why? What one question would you want to ask him or her?
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Here are the books you’ll need for the class.
Required Textbooks. Books can be purchased at the Bookie and at Crimson and Gray. They are inexpensive editions; the whole list can be purchased new for under $35.
||The Picture of Dorian Gray
||The Awakening and Selected Short Stories
||Simon & Schuster
||Frankenstein (1818 edition)
|Negri, Paul, ed.
||Great American Short Stories
||Available now at Cougar Copies in the CUB. You will need to bring a printed copy to class.