Details about the first assignment can be found here. We will be talking about it in class, and we are scheduled to have a visit from Phil Tabor, Research Librarian with UNB Libraries, tomorrow.
we discussed in class today along with Raleigh’s: Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress.”
This is the course website of ENGL1001: Introduction to Literature in English at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John, Winter 2020, taught by Dr. Miriam Jones. I will be using D2L in a limited way, to post grades and class slides; for everything else, there is this website. There is not much posted yet, but here you will soon find the syllabus, schedule, course assignments, and more. Plus, as this is a weblog, it is interactive: you can leave a comment or question after any post, or you can contact me via the contact form. I look forward to getting to know you over the term, and reading and writing together.
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There is one course text:
- The Broadview Introduction to Literature: Concise Edition – Second Edition, edited by Lisa Chalykoff, Neta Gordon, and Paul Lumsden, Broadview Press, 2019 [ISBN: 9781554814756 / 1554814758]
The UNBSJ Bookstore should be bringing it in, but they do not always get enough copies so you may want to order it directly yourself to be sure that you have it by the beginning of class: here is the link to order directly from Broadview, with free shipping.