LITS3304 / E33D EXAM ADVICE 2004-2005

  1. There are 5 questions to choose from.

  2. You must answer two questions.

    1. One is devoted to Derrida;

    2. Two questions are devoted to the critical theorists studied (Barthes [x 2], De Man, Bloom); each question will address an issue arising in single essay by a particular theorist;

    3. Two questions are devoted to the Post-colonial theorists studied (Bhabha [x 2], Hall); each question will address an issue arising in single essay by a particular theorist.

Remember that sometimes questions can be worded in a roundabout way to test your ability to figure out the issue which the question is really getting at.  For example, a question on the reader or the reading process may not ask you discuss so and so's views on the reader per se but do so indirectly by, for instance, utilising a quote from a theorist.

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