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    • EWRT 1C CLASS Email me if you need help!
    • AGENDA  Read: Definition of Feminist Criticism  Read Tyson’s Chapter on Feminist Criticism (Couse Readings; Theory Texts; Lois Tyson).  Read: Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” and “‘To His Coy Mistress’: A Feminist Reading.”  Revise and edit essay #1 Due before class 17
    • Feminist Criticism  Read: Definition of Feminist Criticism  Read Tyson’s Chapter on Feminist Criticism (Course Readings; Theory Texts; Lois Tyson).
    • Andrew Marvell (1621-1678 Andrew Marvell (1621-1678), now considered one of the greatest poets of the seventeenth century, published very little of his scathing political satire and complex lyric verse in his lifetime. Although Marvell published a handful of poems in anthologies, a collection of Marvell's work did not appear until 1681, three years after his death, when his nephew compiled and found a publisher for Miscellaneous Poems. The circumstances surrounding the publication of the volume aroused some suspicion: a person named "Mary Marvell," who claimed to be Marvell's wife, wrote the preface to the book. "Mary Marvell" was, in fact, Mary Palmer—Marvell's housekeeper—who posed as Marvell's wife, apparently, in order to keep Marvell's small estate from the creditors of his business partners. Her ruse, of course, merely contributes to the mystery that surrounds the life of this great poet. See more at http://www.poets.org/poet.php/prmPID/304
    • Print and Read Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” You will find the complete poem linked to our webpage
    • Print and Read Andrew Marvell’s “‘To His Coy Mistress’: A Feminist Reading.” You will find this posted under “course readings”; “theory texts”; “definition of feminist criticism” and “feminist reading example.”
    • Revise and edit essay #1 Due: Before Class 17  Review presentations 11-13 and the comments from your reviewer for help.  Essay Submission:  All out of class essays are to be submitted to me electronically before the due date. They must be submitted as an attachment in Microsoft Word. No other saved forms are acceptable. If you do not have Microsoft word software available, leave yourself time to save and send your work from a library computer. Essays must also be in MLA format. I will read and return essays in the order they are received, with comments both in the text and in the margins.
    • Homework  Post #10: What is the primary focus of feminist criticism and theory? How do feminist critics and theorists regard the role of women in literature?  OR QHQ Feminist Theory, or “To His Coy Mistress,” or “‘To His Coy Mistress’: A Feminist Reading.”  Bring: Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” and “To His Coy Mistress”: A Feminist Reading.  Due: Essay #1: Before class 17