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GLENDON- Literary Traditions, Syllabus and Textbooks

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6 thoughts on “GLENDON- Literary Traditions, Syllabus and Textbooks

  1. Thanks for posting it! Woah those look like a lot of readings but the break down seems familiar to Lit Genres and Approaches :/ Any advice you’d give to surviving all those readings?

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    1. Take notes when you read along! Write in the margins of the textbook, it helps to remember them a lot (for me anyways). My TA (Lee) suggested to take q-cards, and write down themes and any important passages. I personally haven’t tried that out yet, but i think I’ll do it next year.

      But honestly, you just got to start the readings from to beginning. They are tedious, but you’ll have to read them eventually. You just got to make the time. Don’t read them at night…I fell asleep every time I did that! Try to read them earlier than 11 pm, unless you need something to put you to sleep 😛

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