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21L.471 Major English Novels (MIT) 21L.471 Major English Novels (MIT)

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In this class, you will read, think about, and (I hope) enjoy important examples of what has become one of the most popular literary genres today, if not the most popular: the novel. Some of the questions we will consider are: Why did so many novels appear in the eighteenth century? Why were they—and are they—called novels? Who wrote them? Who read them? Who narrates them? What are they likely to be about? Do they have distinctive characteristics? What is their relationship to the time and place in which they appeared? How have they changed over the years? And, most of all, why do we like to read them so much? In this class, you will read, think about, and (I hope) enjoy important examples of what has become one of the most popular literary genres today, if not the most popular: the novel. Some of the questions we will consider are: Why did so many novels appear in the eighteenth century? Why were they—and are they—called novels? Who wrote them? Who read them? Who narrates them? What are they likely to be about? Do they have distinctive characteristics? What is their relationship to the time and place in which they appeared? How have they changed over the years? And, most of all, why do we like to read them so much?

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novel | novel | literary genre | literary genre | narrator | narrator | daniel defoe | daniel defoe | moll flanders | moll flanders | frances burney | frances burney | evelina | evelina | jane austen | jane austen | pride and prejudice | pride and prejudice | elizabeth gaskell | elizabeth gaskell | mary barton | mary barton | george eliot | george eliot | adam bede | adam bede | mary elizabeth braddon | mary elizabeth braddon | lady audley's secret | lady audley's secret | thomas hardy | thomas hardy | tess of the d'urbervilles | tess of the d'urbervilles | virginia woolf | virginia woolf | mrs. dalloway | mrs. dalloway | essay | essay

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21L.471 Major English Novels (MIT) 21L.471 Major English Novels (MIT)

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novel | novel | literary genre | literary genre | narrator | narrator | daniel defoe | daniel defoe | moll flanders | moll flanders | frances burney | frances burney | evelina | evelina | jane austen | jane austen | pride and prejudice | pride and prejudice | elizabeth gaskell | elizabeth gaskell | mary barton | mary barton | george eliot | george eliot | adam bede | adam bede | mary elizabeth braddon | mary elizabeth braddon | lady audley's secret | lady audley's secret | thomas hardy | thomas hardy | tess of the d'urbervilles | tess of the d'urbervilles | virginia woolf | virginia woolf | mrs. dalloway | mrs. dalloway | essay | essay

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21L.471 Major English Novels (MIT)

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In this class you will read, think about, and hopefully enjoy important examples of what has become one of the most popular literary genres today (if not the most popular): the novel.Recommended CitationFor any use or distribution of these materials, please cite as follows:Ina Lipkowitz, course materials for 21L.471 Major English Novels, Spring 2007. MIT OpenCourseWare (http://ocw.mit.edu/), Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Downloaded on [DD Month YYYY].

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novel | literary genre | narrator | daniel defoe | moll flanders | frances burney | evelina | jane austen | pride and prejudice | elizabeth gaskell | mary barton | george eliot | adam bede | mary elizabeth braddon | lady audley's secret | thomas hardy | tess of the d'urbervilles | virginia woolf | mrs. dalloway | essay

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21L.471 Major English Novels (MIT)

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In this class, you will read, think about, and (I hope) enjoy important examples of what has become one of the most popular literary genres today, if not the most popular: the novel. Some of the questions we will consider are: Why did so many novels appear in the eighteenth century? Why were they—and are they—called novels? Who wrote them? Who read them? Who narrates them? What are they likely to be about? Do they have distinctive characteristics? What is their relationship to the time and place in which they appeared? How have they changed over the years? And, most of all, why do we like to read them so much?

Subjects

novel | literary genre | narrator | daniel defoe | moll flanders | frances burney | evelina | jane austen | pride and prejudice | elizabeth gaskell | mary barton | george eliot | adam bede | mary elizabeth braddon | lady audley's secret | thomas hardy | tess of the d'urbervilles | virginia woolf | mrs. dalloway | essay

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Basen Fable

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Učenci berejo književna besedila in razvijajo recepcijsko sposobnost, sposobnost branja, razumevanja in vrednotenja književnih besedil. • Ločijo glavne in stranske književne osebe in poskušajo razumeti psihološke, etične in socialne lastnosti književnih oseb, in sicer na podlagi dogajanja, dialoga, ravnanja oseb. • Učenci doživljajo, prepoznavajo in razumejo značilnosti basni (prepoznajo jo po tipiziranih, večidel živalskih likih, ki se obnašajo kot ljudje, in kratki zaokroženi zgodbi, usmerjeni k poanti, ki pojasni nauk). •Ločijo avtorja in pripovedovalca Organizing lesson plan - Fable (animals, tale, writing, narrator, moral, ...).

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jeziki | languages | moderni jeziki | modern languages | slovenski jezik | Slovene language | zgodba | tale | pisanje | writing | basen | fable | pripovedovalec | narrator | nauk | moral

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