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  • 1. On Tuesdays, I will be in the lab from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
  • 2.   We are taking out “Doubt, SelfReflection, and Romanticism” the theme for the readings due on Monday, October 28 We will move the readings due on Monday, October 21 to Monday, October 28
  • 3.      Remember that you need to have two meetings outside of class You should have the written assignment for your role completed and typed before your meeting You should turn in all of the work and your group evaluation after each meeting Your presentation is on Wednesday, October 23 You are presenting the book to the class however you would like
  • 4. E. Browning Aurora Leigh (pp. 1138-1152)  Tennyson “The Lotos-Eaters” (pp. 1166-1170), “Ulysses” (pp. 1170-1172)  R. Browning “Porphyria’s Lover” (pp. 1278-1279), “My Last Duchess” (pp. 1282-1283)  Rossetti “In an Artist’s Studio” (p. 1493), “Goblin Market” (pp. 1496-1508)  Swinburne “Hermaphroditus” (p.1530-1531)  Field “[Maids, not to you my mind doth change]” (p. 1672) ________________________________________________________  “Industrialism: Progress or Decline?” (pp. 1580-1581)  Engels The Great Towns (pp. 1589-1597)  Chew “A Living Wage for Factory Girls at Crewe” (pp. 1606-1607)  Carlyle Past and Present (pp. 1067-1076) 

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