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October 15, 2012
Critical Perspectives Assignment:
Find 1 piece of criticism - use the module bibliography or you can look more widely (see this post for a reminder)
Presentation in class (5-10mins):
Give a short summary of the key arguments;
Focus on giving a critical perspective on the piece:
What are the main arguments? Do you agree/disagree and why?
What are the positive aspects of the piece: e.g. detailed analysis, interesting argument, convincingly argued.
What would you criticise: e.g. strong bias, insufficiently argued/backed up.
Summarise the main details of your presentation into a short piece (200-500 words) to appear on the module blog. Bullet points are fine but write clearly. Remember to include the full bibliographic details of the article.
Email me your presentation by the end of the day to be uploaded onto the module blog - n.b. posts are viewable only when logged into your Warwick account.
October 09, 2012
The module bibliography contains plenty of suggestions for articles and books to refer to for your presentations - scroll down the page to find resources listed for each author/novel - but you can also search more widely using online resources. The Library's electronic resources page for English Lit students contains all the sites you might need for locating and accessing journal articles etc. The most useful collections are Project Muse and Jstor, and LION for details of articles (not all available online, however) - remember that if you're accessing these off-campus you'll need to log-in to your Warwick account via the library.