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Literature for Our Time

ENG140Y1Y 2013-14

Fridays 2-4 p.m.

Bader Theatre, Victoria University, 93 Charles St. W.

By Pascal Pacquette

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Professor: Nick Mount

Office: 170 St. George Street, Room 703

Office Hours: by appointment after April 30

E-Mail: nick.mount@utoronto.ca

 

CURRENT NOTICES

  • The deferred exam for ENG140 for 2013-14 is a different format from the regular exam in May: it consists of three essay questions from a choice of eight. Here are the instructions exactly as they will appear on the deferred exam:

Instructions: Answer THREE of the following questions. Write your answers in your exam booklet, clearly identifying the question number for each answer. Taken together, your answers should discuss at least one work from the course from each of the following three categories: poetry, drama (or film), and fiction. Do not write at length on the same work more than once. You have about one hour to answer each question: be as thorough and as specific as time permits. Each question is of equal value.

  • Starting in 2014-15, Prof. Denise Cruz will take over teaching ENG140. Her course description will be posted on the Department website.


DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

ENGLISH STUDENTS' UNION

Updated July 20, 2014

nick.mount@utoronto.ca