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In Literary Theory.
What determines the list of works that get studied and written about in English?
This is a diagnostic paper -- what we will use as "before" when we get to the end of the semester and reflect. Employing direct quotations from the assigned readings, write a brief essay (following MLA style; 2-3 pages, not counting the Works Cited list) that applies literary criticism to a specific text (I suggest "Ode on a Grecian Urn," but if you would rather choose a different text, that's OK with me.
You should submit it to Turnitin.com. I will e-mail the class the course ID and password that you should use.
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