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MLA style research paper example

senior curriculum (World Literature)

Socrates:Oedipus Rex; Antigone

Shakespeare: Hamlet  and Macbeth if possible

Anglo-Saxon: Beowulf

Medieval:

  Malory: Morte d' Arthur(ex)

  Chaucer: Canterbury TalesPrologue and Pardoner's tale

  Gawain and the Green Knight (ex)

  Everyman(ex)

Renaissance:

  Marlowe: The Tragical History of the Life and Death of Doctor Faustus (ex)

  Sidney:  Sonnet 31 or 39

  Spencer:  Sonnet 1, 26, 75

  Shakespeare:  Sonnets 29, or 73 and 116 and 130

  King James Version of the Bible:  Psalms 23

17thC:

  Jonson:  On my First Son

  Donne:  Holy Sonnet 10; Meditation 17

  Herbert:  Virtue; Easter Wings

  Marvell:  To His Coy Mistress

  Herrick:  To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time

  Suckling:  The Constant Lover; Song

  Lovelace:  To Lucasta, on going to the Wars

Puritans:

  Milton:  Selection fromParadise Lost

  Bunyan:  Selection fromThe Pilgrim's Progress

18thC Restoration lit:

  Blake:  The Lamb; Tyger; Infant Sorrow; A Poison Tree

  Dryden:  A Song for St. Cecilia's Day

  Pepys:The Diary(ex)

  Defoe: Journal of Plague Year(ex)

  Swift:  A Modest Proposal

  Johnson:  Dictionary of the English Language (ex)

  Gray:  Elegy written in a Country Churchyard

  Burns:  To a Mouse; To a Louse

19th-Romantics

  Wordsworth:  Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey

  Coleridge:  Rime of the Ancient Mariner

  Byron:  She Walks in Beauty; Don Juan

  P. Shelley:  Ozymandias

  Keats: Ode on a Grecian Urn

  M. Shelley:  Intro to Frankenstein

Victorians:

  Browning:  My Last duchess; Home-thoughts from Abroad

  E. Browning:  Sonnet 43

  AE Housman:  To an Athlete Dying Young

Moderns if we have time:  Orwell: 1984 or Shooting an elephant

  If time:  Thomas:  Do not go gentle into that good night

  Lawrence, Eliot, Shaw . . . .

paper requirements

Below is the requirements for the research paper component of the World Literature course.  Please remember that it is expected that you are using reputable sources for your research. 

The number of sources will vary from 3 to 5 or more for the first two quarter projects; 5-10 on the final paper (DUE before the spring break)

Be sure you're headed in the "right" direction!  (Get it? )

You need to stay with your readings!  Class discussions will center around themes in Children's literature--not necessarily going over what you were assigned to read.  Check the syllabus for the stories and book assigments.

Peter Pan-Gutenberg home page from which to download.  Author--J.M Barrie http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/16.

audio version of Pan  click here to listen to Pan!

Awesome Library link will give you a number of texts.

Click on the rabbit to link to Alice in Wonderland.

Click on the house to link to The Wizard of Oz

Click here for link to Peter PanSchoolCenter Picture

Click here for link to literature network

The end of the semester is going to be here soon!

Are you going to Graduate on time? 

Be sure you are up-to-date on all your assignments! 

When you miss a test--get it made up within a week! 

Check with Ms. Bielenda for missing assignments. 

Calendars/ Syllabus

Below will be listed your calendars of assignments.  In college, this is your syllabus and you will be held responsible for knowing when assignments are due.  Limited reminders will be made.

Shakespeare

Click here for a report on the new Globe theatre's structural issues

This link is to the New Globe theater's virtual tour. you'll need Quick Time and it takes time to download the files--but well worth the effort!

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