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due Wed/Thu Dec. 7/8: finish reading A Doll's House

in time for the start of class, finish reading Ibsen’s play, first performed in December of 1879

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agenda Mon/Tue Dec. 5/6: A Doll's House

learning goals: how do you decide which questions about plot and character need answering before others?  How do authors use uncertain situations to bring readers or audiences into a story?   72 more words

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Neil Gaiman - afterword to Sandman, vol. 2 (1990)

…the only reason people read afterwords is for some kind of explanation of what they’ve read, if they haven’t understood it, or for some kind of apology, if they have.

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Neil Gaiman - Sandman, vol. 2 (1990)

“And then she woke up.” I suppose there are worse endings.

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Neil Gaiman - Sandman, vol. 2 (1990)

Unity: What a wonderful place.
Rose: Yeah. It was a friend of mine.

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agenda Thu/Fri Dec.1/2: the gift of reading, and of questions

learning goal: How can initial questions raised in a story work to the story’s advantage in the long run?  When reading a story, what kinds of uncertainty fuel you, or frustrate you? 46 more words

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Neil Gaiman - Sandman, vol. 2 (1990)

Chantal is having a relationship with a sentence just one of those things a chance meeting that grew into something important for both of them…

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