ENEC 981: Course Schedule

Protocols for Reports and Responses

The reports and responses should obviously be prepared in some sort of conjunction. How you manage this, and what form these conjunctions take, will be up to you to decide.

The reports and responses should be emailed to the class no later than 5pm on the Monday before the Tuesday class.


The Syllabus

Sept. 5 Goethe, Sorrows of Young Werther (Penguin): [Ruotolo, report; Simmons, French, responses]

Sept. 12 Richardson, Clarissa (Penguin): [Trees and Siegel, reports; Lodge, response]

Sept. 19 Clarissa: [Cope, response]

Sept. 26 Clarissa: [Berger, report]

Oct. 3 Clarissa: [Szabo, report; Puckett and Arora, reports; Millner, responses]

Oct. 24 Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Paul and Virginia (Penguin): [French, report]

Oct. 31 Oct. 24 Frances Sheridan, Memoirs of Miss Sidney Bidulph (on line): [Pelfrey, report; De Gaynor, response, ]

Nov. 7 Laclos, Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Penguin): [Cope, report; Szabo, response]

Nov. 14 Liaisons Dangereuses: [Mitric, report; Siegel, response]

Nov. 21 Lewis, The Monk (Oxford): [Munzenrider, report; Ruotolo, responses]

Nov. 28 Radcliffe, The Italian (Oxford): [Millner, report; Brady and Arora, responses]

Dec. 5 Inchbald, A Simple Story: [Simmons, report; Puckett and Pelfrey, responses]

Dec. 12 Mary Shelley, Frankenstein: [Lodge and De Gaynor, reports; Munzenrider, response]