DRAFT FALL 2019 SCHEDULE

FINAL VERSION AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 1

English 1114: Poetry

Table of Contents

Introduction: How to Use This Site - course site - approach

Contents (this page)

Outline - Office Hours - Email - Course Descriptions - Materials - Marks - Assignments and Essays - Participation and Attendance - Academic Integrity - Classroom Etiquette - Electronic Devices - Side Conversations

SCHEDULE - Week 1-7 - Week 8-14

Higher Learning - Introduction - Critical Thinking - Argument - Format

Essay Structure - Peanut Butter Cup Structure - Block & Splice - Hockey Night at the College - The Title - The Introduction - The Body - The Conclusion - Tips & Conventions - Italics or Quotes? - Helpful Sites

Essays - Basic Requirements - Reasonable Argument - "Station" - "Station" and "Tales" - Scratch Outline - Outlines

Marking - Quotes or Italics? - Marking Notes & Symbols

Six Categories -  Introduction - First Contact - Petals and Faces - Writers, Narrators, Speakers, & Personas - Myth & Religion - Secular Discourse - Ambiguity

1: Space — Introduction - A crow’s flight into the forest - A tiny house in a tiny village - A church in the sky - A car on the highway - A master in the forest

2: Time — Cherry Blossoms - Shelley and Tagore on Time - Historical Ages and Periods

3: Character — Portions for Foxes - The Other Girl - The Lady Doth Protest Alot - Macbeth’s Dagger

4: Relationship — Introduction - Dorothy Parker on the Sexes - Bhartrhari on Attraction - Poetry in Prose: The Golden Lotus - Moulin Rouge! "Elephant Love Medley" (Sample Essay)

5: Theme Introduction - On Death: “I Will Follow You Into the Dark” (Sample Essay and Scratch Outline) - Brooks on Music and War (Sample Essay)

6: Style — Introduction - Mood & the Raven - From Image to Conceit: Symbolism & the Apple - Metaphor & the Birds - Other Literary Terms - Keats’ “Ode to a Grecian Urn” - Onomatopoeia in Poe’s “Ulalume” - Rosetti’s “The Sonnet” - Ottava Rima in Byron’ Don Juan

READINGS BY WEEK 2 — 4   5 — 6  8 — 10  11 — 13 

WORKSHEETS

Hamlet - "Three Panel Review" - Comic Genius - Plot Summary

Sonnet 116 - Text — From Observation to Argument — Essay #1 + Scratch outline — Essay #2 + Scratch Outline

Romance - Love & Romance - As Old As Civilization - Romance - "Love's Grief" - The Impossible Woman - As Old As Civilization - ‘Romance’ - "Love's Grief" - The Impossible Woman - “Love at First Sight” (Romeo and Juliet) - Text - Zefferelli (1968) - "What is a Youth?" - Luhrmann (1996)

Ophelia 

Ermita 

Achilles - From Wikipedia: The Iliad - Achilles - Hephaestus - Thetis - Auden's poem

Rough Passages - Coffin Ships - The Middle Passage - Timeline for "Caliban" - Equiano's Travels Bussa Emancipation Statue

Hallelujah - Hurricane Katrina - New Orleans - Race - Biblical references - “Hallelujah”

Lemonade - Album Notes  -  3:19-8:20  -  35-39:35  -  50:49-53:15  -  56:37-1:01:18 (“Formation”)

Add-ons

Music Description - Reason or Rhyme - Historical Analysis - Gender and Linkin Park - Non-formal Description - Review of Sgt. Pepper’s - Literary Descriptions - Reviews of To Pimp a Butterfly and DAMN. - Babylon Montage - Beyoncé at Coachella - The Saxophone

Music Terms A - L

Music Terms M - Z

Boardwork - Hamlet’s Ophelia — The Year of Living Dangerously — “Sonnet 116” & “Black Star” — The Master and Margarita — “Long Road Out of Eden” — “Brain Damage” and Eclipse” — “Paint It Black” & “Black” — “The Nymph’s Reply” & “The Girl from Ermita” — “Anthem for Doomed Youth” & “Dulce et Decorum Est” — “Sonnet 130” & “Bright Star” — “And I Will War” & “Fight Song”

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SCHEDULE: Week 1-7 - Week 8-14