RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS2002 POETRY II: ROMANTICS AND VICTORIANS
(FORMERLY E20B)

SEMESTER II, 2005 -2006

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The Exam Advice is now online below.

Assessment:

Seminar participation and / or presentation(s): 10%

Term paper: 30%

Final examination: 60% (2 questions in 2 hours)

Note that, whatever the final mark, students must pass at least one question in the final exam to pass any course in Literatures in English.  Failures of this sort are denoted by FE ('Failed Exam') on the grade slip.

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MEETING TIMES

Two compulsory 1-hour lectures per week:

Lecture 1: TU 2-3 pm (ALT) 

Lecture 2: TR 4-5 pm (ALT)

One compulsory 1-hour tutorial per week, chosen from among:

Tutorial 1: TU 4-5 pm (A27)

Tutorial 2: W 11-noon (ASR2) (mainly for full-time students)

Tutorial 3: TR 2-3 pm (ASR2)

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READING SCHEDULE

Module One: Weeks 1-6: High Romanticism

Module Two: Weeks 7-12: Late and Neo-Romanticism

The Reading Schedules are dynamic pages to which I will add information on a regular basis -- please check them at least once per week for updates.

I will post the notes (these are all PDF documents) at the latest the night before a lecture.  Please print and bring to class.  If, for some reason, I cannot post the notes, I will bring copies to class.

 

 
 

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