#3 (Romanticism & Realism, Brontė,
DUE: See REVISED ENG 109 Course Plan
To earn full points for Seminar #3, you must:
Seminar #3 Topics - Content Requirements for Written Prep. Notes - Please do all three parts!
Part 1. Emily
Brontė’s Wuthering Heights
See Wuthering Heights Study (Reading) Guide (Eng 109 Handout)
|Part 2. Gustave
Flaubert’s “A Simple Heart”
After reading “A Simple Heart,” read “Critical Views of ‘A Simple Heart’” (Eng 109 paper handout). Identify and cite two or three points made in the critical interpretations that you found valuable in helping you better understand Flaubert’s short story. Be prepared to explain why you found the selected points valuable.
|Part 3. Romanticism
& Realism in Wuthering Heights and “A Simple Heart”
--Identify and briefly explain two significant Romantic elements represented in Wuthering Heights. Please cite the source of the Romantic elements you select. Illustrate each of the two identified Romanticist characteristics by citing well-selected examples from Bronte’s novel (please cite both page & chapter numbers).
--Identify and briefly explain two characteristics of 19th-Century Literary Realism you find represented in Gustave Flaubert’s short story “A Simple Heart.” Please cite the source of the Realist characteristics you select. Illustrate each of the two identified Realist characteristics by citing well-selected examples from Flaubert’s short story (and please cite page number).
See “Romanticism & Realism in Emily Brontė’s Wuthering Heights and Characteristics of 19th-Century Literary Realism” (Eng 109 handout)
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