1. Synthesizing all the readings/films you’ve completed over the last eight weeks, describe a unifying thread joining all or most of these works. (This could be a theme, message, tone, literary style, etc.)
2. The Goucher article in this week’s lesson states, “The rules by which the canonical texts are selected tend to favor the powerful and to exclude or marginalize the powerless, regardless of the merits of their work.” Using the readings from the course, make an argument for or against this statement.
Please divide your response into paragraphs for easier reading. Please note your post should equally answer both sections. Note that I will be checking to see if you actually completed the readings and used critical thinking within your discussion.
Gulliver’s Travels – “Voyage to Lilliput” by Swift. This can be found widely on the internet. The best place to view the full text is the website of the Gutenberg Project, . Search for Gulliver’s Travels. You can also listen to the first chapter here:
James Joyce’s “The Dead.” This work can be found on Project Gutenberg. Search for Dubliners and then click on the link for “The Dead.”
View: The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan, who wrote both the screenplay and original novel
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, Chapter Three. This work can be found on Project Gutenberg. Search for Heart of Darkness.
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