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Short writing assignment: Select three
strategies of critical analysis, and write at least two questions that would be
most likely to be asked in that form. Do not just parrot the questions
presented in the textbook; come up with new questions of your own. Ask
yourself: "If I was using that method of analysis, what would I want to
style, list a literary work that would lend itself to that style of
criticism. You are not limited to the works in the textbook, but
selecting a work from the textbook may give you a leg up when trying to decide
on a research project topic later in the course. You do not actually have
to answer the question you ask, or critically analyze the selected work at this
time, but you must offer a short explanation as to why you feel that work would
lend itself to the strategy and question chosen.
In choosing the three styles you want to examine,
pick one from series A, one from series B, and one from series C.
This will give you more experience with a combination of easy, medium, and
difficult categories, as well as giving you experience in a variety of styles.
Gender (includes Feminist and Gay and Lesbian
Cultural Criticism (includes Postcolonial criticism)