ENNC986: Reports and Responses


See The Textual Condition pp. 40-47 for a model of one kind of report that might be submitted. Certain topics in the course do not lend themselves to that textual history/reception history model, however. No matter how the report is framed, it should have at least three parts:
1. a brief introduction to the topic and key issues;
2. a set of specific questions or problems you want the class to deal with;
3. a bibliography of the essential materials (primary and secondary) relevant to the topic.


These will have two parts:
1. a narrativized reponse to the report (this might be either a supplement to its information, or a critique of some part of the report, or both);
2. a further set of questions or problems to be dealt with by the class.

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