literary genre

John a casey Jr. PhDJohn a casey Jr. PhD
New Men: Reconstructing the Concept of the Veteran in Late Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture. Fordham University Press. [Forthcoming April 2015.]
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English 2020 course descriptions Themes in Literature and Culture African American Literature and Narratives of ResistanceEnglish 2020 course descriptions Themes in Literature and Culture African American Literature and Narratives of Resistance
Students will look critically at the notion of black nationalism—the movement toward black solidarity or the creation of a single black nation—and critique its romanticism, hyper-masculinity
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Chris ChismChris Chism
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Sir Gawain and the Green KnightSir Gawain and the Green Knight
Pilfered shamelessly from the cyber ether (it’s on About com, SparkNotes, an ap teacher’s website who knows where it originated?)…this will help you focus your study of Sir Gawain, though, so I’m willing to steal
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Robert Vannoy, Exodus to Exile, Lecture 4ARobert Vannoy, Exodus to Exile, Lecture 4A
Moses will be 1400–1200 B. C., and if you look at the dates of these law codes, they run down from 2000–1500 B. C. So there are five law codes that are demonstratively earlier in time than what you might call the Covenant Code in Exodus
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Semester: Fall 2014 Course Title: Behavior of the Rich and Powerful: Past and Present Course and Section NumberSemester: Fall 2014 Course Title: Behavior of the Rich and Powerful: Past and Present Course and Section Number
What can we learn from observing and comparing the behavior of the rich and powerful of the past and present? In the political arena of these two worlds, does appearance matter more than truth?
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Genesis Genesis 1 Who God is. Genesis 2 Who we are. Genesis 3 and 4 The problem. Genesis 5 to the end of the Bible. The solution. God does not waste his time! He gets right to the point. Genesis 1 is the most brilliant theological treatise ever written byGenesis Genesis 1 Who God is. Genesis 2 Who we are. Genesis 3 and 4 The problem. Genesis 5 to the end of the Bible. The solution. God does not waste his time! He gets right to the point. Genesis 1 is the most brilliant theological treatise ever written by
Genesis 1 is the most brilliant theological treatise ever written by anyone. That and maybe John chapter 1
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Review of Robert Jewett (2007) and other recent scholarship on Romans 1: 16-2: 16Review of Robert Jewett (2007) and other recent scholarship on Romans 1: 16-2: 16
A review of Robert Jewett (2007) and other recent scholarship on Romans 1: 16-2: 16
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Mimesis and the Intertextual Parody: Contemporary Re-Visionings of Classic Literary Texts: An Annotated Bibliography Primary SourcesMimesis and the Intertextual Parody: Contemporary Re-Visionings of Classic Literary Texts: An Annotated Bibliography Primary Sources
Mimesis and the Intertextual Parody: Contemporary Re-Visionings of Classic Literary Texts: An Annotated Bibliography
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Kings and Heroes as Friends and Foes: the Example of Si\\rat cAntarKings and Heroes as Friends and Foes: the Example of Si\rat cAntar
The article proposes that the development of such a pattern of conflict is important to the narrative structure of the literary genre of the siyar
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Irony Irony (from the Ancient Greek εἰρωνεία eirōneía, meaning hypocrisy, deception, or pretended ignorance) is a literary or rhetorical deviceIrony Irony (from the Ancient Greek εἰρωνεία eirōneía, meaning hypocrisy, deception, or pretended ignorance) is a literary or rhetorical device
Irony is a mode of expression that calls attention to the character's knowledge and that of the audience
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Utopia/Dystopia & the Law ljst 09, Fall 2008 Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 9: 00-9: 50 Chapin Hall, Room 204Utopia/Dystopia & the Law ljst 09, Fall 2008 Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 9: 00-9: 50 Chapin Hall, Room 204
How does history condition our answers to all these questions, as well as to the question of why our own era seems to prefer dystopian narrative to its utopian counterpart?
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