Friday, October 29th (that’s tomorrow!) at 9 a.m. in HM 342 (Dr. Hada’s Critical Approaches to Prose class)
Monday, November 1st (that’s Monday) at 11 a.m. in HM 333 (Dr. Yarbrough’s American Literature Survey class).
Professors Benton, Grasso, Hada, McMahon, Walling, and Yarbrough will appear at one or both of these colloquium to discuss the qualities of the best, student-written literary analyses, and answer questions about how students can improve their skills as writers of literary analysis. We will also distribute a 4-page guideline to literary analysis that we have collectively authored.
If you are not already enrolled in Dr. Hada’s or Dr. Yarbrough’s classes, but would like to attend, please send me a note so we can make sure there are enough seats for everyone.
Steve Benton, Ph.D.
Department of English and Languages