Eavan Boland Poetry #2

So yeah, I know we only did a few poems this week. Still, you can say something about them, right?

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Eavan Boland Poetry #1

Our first foray into modern poetry. Try to be more excited about it than TS Eliot is here.

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Tell-tale Heart / Cask of Amontillado

Choose one.

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Blog Post #7

“The Man of the Crowd.” What did you think?

“You some kind of stalker or something?”

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Blog Post #6

Poe time! “Berenice”

“Can’t take my eyes off you…”

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第五个。

Number 5 is here! This should be the last set of blog posts relating to Wuthering Heights. Next week on to Poe. Although students often study and read Poe at lower levels, he is worth a more detailed study for a number of reasons. Have a great weekend!

Work on those essays.

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Þe Olde Blogge Poste #4

Remembered to get it up this time. Huzzah!

So yeah, we won’t be doing any audio blogs, so don’t worry about it. It doesn’t seem to be necessary for this course. For now. Remember to keep up with the blogs and reading, though. I should be able to stay on top of them better now.

Later!

Andrew

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