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all groups have been closed for a week now – rien ne va plus.
Some of you can decide on a date, so please do that!
See you in a few
thank you for your ambitious and restless work!!! I try to look over it tomorrow morning.
Let’s make a deal with the handout: you can hand it in / make it available on studip next week. About the handout itself: please only mention rough dates concerning the author and general information (e.g. form, content, atmosphere) [...]
both poems are in the reader!!
Alberto Hernandez Mena is supposed to be in your group too, so you can split the work.
Latest update (again):
Renaissance culture and its traces in R&J
Those of you who haven’t chosen a group yet (we are 31 people, so there are still three people out there…), are going to join Laura on Carson and The Troubles.
please do not hesitate to contact me if you need any help! You can also contact me to state you progress or to let me have a look at the handout.
Enjoy your weekend
thank you very much for taking care of Carson!! Unfortunately, you have to present next week. This is not supposed to be a one-person-group… I expect people to to join you SOON. Otherwise, just concentrate on the poem(s) and the things you find out (”The Troubles” is the term for the problems in Northern [...]
So, the latest update:
Tony Tran and Anne Rittau are going to take the Hughes/Plath presentation. This leaves the rest with Carson and Shakespeare + traces of Renaissance (two places to fil)
Dear Anne, dear Tony,
thank you for volunteering!!! Please state which presentation you’d like to take.
Summing it up (so far)
“The Yellow Wallpaper” (full):
Ann Christin Weitkamp
The Characters of Romeo and Juliet (full):
Shakespeare and the problems of staging (full)
Sarah van Verth
Love, marriage & sexuality (full)
Julia von Gösseln
LEAH AHRENS WROTE
Hey everyone! I would like to do a presentation on “Shakespeare’s Globe and
problems of staging *R&J* in his time”. Anyone else? Best regards, Lea
so far, we have the following groups:
“The Yellow Wallpaper”:
- This group still needs 2-3 members. -
“The Characters of Romeo and Juliet”:
- I regard this group as being complete. Please contact me about a specific date, and come and see me about the content. -
welcome to the university and welcome to the world of literary and cultural studies.
During the next years you will come to feel at home in Shakespeare’s world, and among others, the Brontë-Sisters, Jane Austen, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, and William Faulkner will guide you on your intellectual journey through English and American literature and [...]