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February 27
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ENGL 2323 British Literature: 18th Century to the Present is a survey of the great works, authors, and literary periods from the late 18th century, through Romanticism, the Victorian era, Modernism, and Postmodernism.

English 2323 is a reading-intensive course and, to a lesser degree, a writing-intensive course; be ready to do a lot of reading, journal entries every week, and two to three formal literary studies during this semester.

This schedule will be ready shortly before semester start.

See the Course Calendar for a calendar-style view of semester due dates.

Instructor David A. McMurrey (read about me!)
Class meetings Online-only class
Office Northridge 4225
Office hours Mon/Wed. 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., TTh 3:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., and by apptmt. (Always call before driving all the way out to Northridge Campus.)
Phone 512-223-4804
E-mail davidm@austincc.edu

Many thanks to Becky Villareal, ACC faculty, for sharing her excellent ENGL 2323 syllabus.

Week of January 16

Getting started. In this first week of English 2323, you have a bunch of things to do:
  1. Fill out the questionnaire.
  2. Write the get-acquainted note and read these notes so we can all know something about each other. (Our notes will be password-protected.)
  3. Read the requirements for this section of ENGL 2323, taught by David McMurrey.
  4. Take the quiz on these requirements.
  5. Visit the chatroom for this course at one of the following times:

    Jan. 18 7:00pm-8:00pm
    Jan. 19 4:00pm-5:00pm
    Jan. 20 2:00pm-3:00pm

Romanticism

Victorian Era

Modernism

Postmodernism

Week of January 23

Week of January 30

Week of February 6

Week of February 13
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  1. Read the following in :

    Note: If no page numbers are given, read the entire chapter.

  2. Read the requirements for Essay 1; it's due February 22.

Week of February 20

Week of February 27

Week of March 1

Week of March 6

Week of March 20

Week of March 27

Week of April 3

Week of April 10

Week of April 17

Week of April 24

Week of May 1




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