Monthly Archives: October 2016

Summative Entry

Do the interests, concerns and experiences of writers in the 20th Century assist 21st Century human beings in their understanding of the purpose of existence? Over the course of this semester, ENGL202 students were lucky enough to explore the interests, concerns, … Continue reading

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Peer Review 8

Wow Alex! what a creative blog, you’ve really achieved something here. Your use of Orwell’s quote is able to perfectly fit your creative piece as well as holding strong roots to the messages Orwell was delivering in his essay ‘Shooting … Continue reading

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Blog 9: Nation, Race, and Language

Start a poem with the lines “English is my mother tongue” and explore the meaning of this line in relation to your own experience of language in your life. English is my mother tongue that shows me who I am Not British, … Continue reading

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Peer Review: 7

Great letter Ronny! I also wrote a letter to Orwell and it is great to see how the same question and topic can lead to such different approaches to his work. I really liked the correlation you made between Shooting … Continue reading

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Blog 8: George Orwell

1.Write a letter thanking George Orwell for his amazing insights into how we might shape the future of the world by taking more care of our own writing habits. Dear George Orwell, My name is Sarah and I am literature … Continue reading

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