Category: Nineteenth Century Literature Test

Grand Finalé for Nineteenth Century ePortfolios for 2021.

Best ePortfolio Summative Entries ENGL200 2021 Andrew Carloss Read Andrew’s  fabulous reflection and powerfully illustrated piece on how we in this digital age need to take on board the insights of the Romantics and the Russians in order to survive as human beings! Read Emilee McNaught’s reflections on how her experience is mirrored in the…

Nineteenth Century Blogs Fourth and Final Topics: Week 10

Please remember that you are permitted to create your own blog topics on subjects related to what we have been studying – if these topics don’t suit! Tolstoy: The Death of Ivan Illych & Master and Man Tolstoy brings us to one of the high points of 19th Century Literature. He explores with such uncompromising depth,…

Best Blogs 19th Century Literature 2021- Round 1!

Excellent Peer Reviews: It will be noted that reviews that suggest improvement are well received and have in fact led to improvement in subsequent blogs. Allow some space for your peer to improve- no one’s work is perfect! An excellent peer review, that combines support, insight and gentle recommendations for improvement= thank you Sarah Saud:…

Blog 3 Nineteenth Century Literature Week 8 2021

Victorianism Thomas Carlyle the great Victorian historian, close friend of Charles Dickens wrote these wonderful words which have been carved in stone in the foyer to the Mitchell ( State Library) in Sydney. For those of us studying Romanticism, Charles Dickens and Victorianism, these words have a special resonance. They remind us (in this forgetful digital age) of how important…

The Late Romantic Period: Blog Topics for your Second Blog (includes NSW Art Gallery Visit)

Take this opportunity to write about something that has really touched your imagination in the last few weeks, or that has ignited your interest in our visit to the Romantic and Victorian Halls of the NSW Art Gallery on April 14th. Remember you are permitted to create your own topic as long as it falls…