From Ars Technica, Philip Roth tries ( and fails) to convince Wikipedia that he is the authority on his own novel. Looks like they’ve been reading their Wimsatt and Beardsley.
Category Archives: ENGL 2250
Course pages are all up and running in Desire2Learn, with a few minor glitches here and there. If you spot something that isn’t working, let me know, and I’ll get it fixed right away. Course web sites will be updated … Continue reading
…if not quite running yet. But I’ll link to them here, so that you can easily access them: ENGL 1101: Introduction to Composition ENGL 2250: Introduction to Literary Studies ENGL 3120: Southern Literature New syllabi and other class documents … Continue reading
We talked about Zotero and other reference management software in 2250 today, and I just saw that Zotero, the Firefox extension that we looked at, will soon be available as a stand-alone client or as a toolbar for use with … Continue reading
Those 2250 students who are interested in learning more about the contexts for “The Dead,” University College Dublin has podcasts, an image gallery, and a recording of “The Lass of Aughrim” here.
Intro to Literary Studies students will be reading about Kermode later this semester. He died this week; check out his obituary to get a better sense of why he’s on your syllabus. You can also follow this link (from that … Continue reading