ENGL 3102 students: D2L is not playing nicely with the poetry links, so if you have trouble accessing them there, here they are: Williams: “A Love Song” Millay: “Love is not All” (this one has an ad; sorry) Frost: “Stopping by … Continue reading
Category Archives: ENGL 3102
The archives at the University of Nebraska libraries are posting a video series on the letters of Willa Cather. The overview video is here. Cather’s letters have long been accessible to scholars, but her will prevented anyone from publishing or … Continue reading
Students in ENGL 3102: American Literature since the Rise of Realism began a collaborative timeline of the events of The Sound and the Fury, to help readers determine how the events unfold chronologically. I am continuing to add text to the … Continue reading
A large collection of Ernest Hemingway papers and publications has been donated to the library at the University of South Carolina. They’re on display now. Field trip, maybe? Full story here.
From the Chronicle of Higher Education: Does African American Literature Exist?
As you read Eliot’s The Waste Land for Wednesday, you might want to look into this article, “How to Read the Waste Land So It Alters Your Soul,” by Mary Karr. It’s in the Chronicle of Higher Education, so if … Continue reading
For those of you who want printable versions of the Prezis from class, I have posted PDF files on Vista, under Supplementary Materials.
Note the new page (see tab above) for Augusta State’s African American Read-In, in the JSAC Coffeehouse on Monday, 10:00 – 2:00. I’ve also posted guidelines for student readers (or any reader, really), to help you prepare.
After our class discussion today, I discovered this article, published in yesterday’s Chronicle of Higher Education, on Franklin’s Autobiography as a guide to how to write well. One more thing that we can learn from the quintessential American.