Woolf, A Room of One’s Own
- Point to a surprise in Chapters 4-6 of A Room. What does Woolf say that you couldn’t have predicted at the start?
- How does Woolf connect one chapter to the next?
- How does Woolf develop her “train of thought”? What grows or changes in her thinking as she moves through her book?
Moment(s) of Zen
- Thurs, 3/05, class: Please read the five introductions to w2 posted in Handouts. Bring a print copy with you. Be ready to answer the following two questions about each: (a) How does the writer define a question or issue to explore? (b) How does the writer hint at the perspective they will take on that issue?
- Thurs, 3/05, class: Print out a copy of your own w2 and bring it with you to class.
- Mon, 3/09, 11:00 am: Post w3 to Dropbox.