This course is designed for students writing graduation theses on literature. Students are expected to develop critical reading skills as well as academic writing skills.
Students are required to read excerpts from the literary texts and criticism relavant to the topics selected for their graduation theses. Contribution to class discussions is essential.
Reading materials will be distributed in class.
To be announced in class.
Active participation in discussion. Preliminary reading. Preperation for presentations.
Class attendance / reading assignments / resumes and oral presentations / writing assignments
１．Introduction ２．From Essay to Thesis Writing ３．Frankenstein; Presentation ４．The Castle of Otranto; Presentation ５．Sense and Sensibility; Presentation ６．Pride and Prejudice; Presentation ７．Pemberley, Mrs Dalloway; Presentation ８．Wuthering Heights; Presentation ９．Women in Love; Presentation 10．Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; Presentation 11．Mary Poppins, The Secred Garden; Presentation 12．Absent in the Spring, The Burden; Presentation 13．The Millstone, Hotel du Lac; Presentation 14．A Pale View of Hills; Presentation 15．Harry Potter series, Jane Eyre; Presentation
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