EL 312 Blog portfolio

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This is my first blogging portfolio for EL 312 Literary criticisms my previous other blogging portfolios were for the class EL 150 Introduction to literary studies. Here is a link to my last portfolio in EL150

COVERAGE: Shows that I commented on all the readings assigned for this class.

 

 

"white Guilt" and the American slave trade

 

Harold Bloom

 

There is no meaning of any work of literature

 

Keesey Ch 3 Mind games

 

Carnival "THe DEAD" What is dead?

 

Structural Irony

 

Irony is an automatic response

 

Envy In "Ode on a Grecian Urn"

 

Complex or simple? which is better?

 

Who knows the truth about Structuralism?

 

Tempest A High School Play I don't think SO!

 

Political importance of the Tempest

 

English Nationalism in The Tempest

 

Critical argument with the Critics of mine

 

WHy does anything else matter but what I think?

 

Just blogging my word

 

I hate it! and you need to agree. It is not Literature?

 

What means what When and WHy?

 

The yellow Terror!

 

 

Where does the talent come from?

 

Your literary theory


 

DEPTH: (Theses are some examples of blog entries that I really expanded on my ideas)

 

"white Guilt" and the American slave trade

 

Keesey Ch 3 Mind games

 

Who knows the truth about Structuralism?

 

Carnival (A group of bloggers agrees to blog on a particular topic, and one of them writes a cover entry that links to each contributor's blog.) 

 

Carnival "The DEAD" What is dead?

 

INTERACTION: (This sections shows were I have commented on other peoples blog responses to my bogs.)

 

Discussions.

Where does the talent come from?

Complex or simple? which is better?

I hate it! and you need to agree. It is not Literature?


Timeliness

Who knows the truth about Structuralism? - written on Feb 14 commented on the 19

Where did the talent come from? - written Jan 25 three comments 

Xenoblogging

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Kayley, most of the text on this entry comes up blank. I can read it if I select the text on the page with CTRL-A, but that's a little awkward.

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