English 362
British Literature 1798-1890

Fall 2011

Dr. Tina L. Hanlon

Ferrum College


ANGEL Log-in - see ANGEL Calendar and other pages for this course in 2011

Syllabus 2005

Schedule 2005

Links Page

Short Assignments 2005

Research Paper Requirements 2011

Study Guide for Final Exam 2005

Short Paper on Romanticism 2011

Study Guide for Midterm Exam 2011

Novels to Study

Norton Anthology Web Site

NOTE: Additional pages and links will be added to these pages during the semester. It is your responsibility to check these pages regularly for updates and new materials.

Study Questions on Blake and Wordsworth

Other recommended web sites: The Victorian Web (Brown U.)

Literary Locales ~ See famous literary sites! (San Jose State U.)

Representative Poetry Online - with notes and commentary, and background on poets (U. of Toronto)

Professor's Office Hours Fall 2011:
M/W/F 9:45-11:00, 2:30-3:30,
In ARC T/Th 10-11 a.m. And by appointment
Office: Britt 205
Phone: 365-4327
e-mail thanlon@ferrum.edu
Classroom for British Literature 1798-1890: LA 202B

Ferrum College Links:

Academic Resources Center

ARC Tutoring Center

Ferrum College Composition Center

Stanley Library at Ferrum College

Resources: In Stanley Library web site, go to Resources by Subject and then Language and Literature Resources, for links to reference books giving overviews of authors and illustrators, such as Contemporary Authors, and Literature Resource Center; also online books and other reference sources on literature are linked here.

Study Guides:

Guidelines for Proofreading:
Marking Symbols and Terms for English Papers

General Guidelines for Writing Literature Papers

Pointers for Taking Essay Tests

General Guidelines for Reading and Analyzing Literature

Dr. Grimes' study sheets for different genres of literature (recommended for your studying)

November 26, 2011
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