ENGL 2000 - Anzaldua / de France / Shelley #2
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Print Books You Investigated (each person in group looks at at least one)Does it help with biographical analysis, historical analysis, or both?How helpful does it seem to you? (1=lousy, 10=awesome)Electronic Reference Books You Investigated (each person looks at one)Does it help with biographical analysis, historical analysis, or both?Literature Resource Center - What is one entry that looked helpful for biographical information? Include the "TITLE" and the "SOURCE"Article Word Count?Does it help with biographical analysis, historical or both?How helpful does it seem to you? (1=lousy, 10=awesome)
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Columbia companion both7cambridge history 7- prose writingneither7Alchemical augmentation and primordial fire in Donne's "The Dissolution" from Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900.8223historical
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Anzaldua
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Women Reading Women Reading- co authorbiographicalGeneral Introduction: Redefining Hispanic Women's Writing and Experience10241historical- talks about shifts in perceptions through time
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Spiritual Mestizajehistorical, p.33; 7
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Women Writing Resistancebiographical5Gloria Anzaldua's queer mestisaje7507both- talks about how perceptions of queer and mexican women in the time
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Entre Mundos/ Among Worlds neither
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Encyclopedia of Race and Racism: Latino Social Movementsp.52-60, word count not listed historical10
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Encyclopedia of Race and Racism: Bordersp.310-316historical10
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Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgendered History in Americap.148-150historical 10
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de FranceMedieval Women's Writing (172-183)biographical5"Marie de France" by Matilda Tomaryn Bruckner (Boston College)5707biographical8
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Women and Gender in Midieval Europe (check index pg 917)both: pg. 301; pg 368; pg. 494; pg. 512-514; pg. 717; pg. 786; pg. 8526"Marie de France" by Feminist Writers1216historical but focused specfically around her context7
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Women in world history, V10both, more historical, 373-3787
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Medieval Boundaries (105-132)historical (colonization)8
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Women In the Middle Ages, an Encyclopedia VIIboth; pg 600-6068Marie de France's "Laustic", by William Woods in Poetry Criticism1929 historical, with focus on text analysis6
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To The Glory of Her Sexboth4"Transferal, Transformation, and the Act of Reading in Marie de France's 'Bisclavret'"4477historical4
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The Anonymous Marie de Franceboth, more biographical8
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Medieval Masculinities: Regarding Men in the Middle Ageshistorical3
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Women and the Book: Assessing the visual evidencehistorical2
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Medieval Women WritersHistorical (and a bit analytical of her writings); pg 64-896 or 7Oxford Referenceboth8Mary Woolstonecraft (Godwin) Shelly6514biographical8
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Marie de France: A Critical Companionboth9Mary Woolstonecraft (Godwin) Shelly6971biographical7
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Minding the Bodyhistorical, 86, 92-985Mary Woolstonecraft (Godwin) Shelly5331biographical6
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Mary ShelleyBritish WritersbothTestimony and Trope In Frankenstein18894both9
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The Cambridge Guide to Literature in EnglishBiographical5The Oxford guide to literary Britain and Ireland How Has the social role of poetry changed since Shelly1567both9
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British Literature biographical 7The Other Mary Shelleyboth8Frankenstein1718both7
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Encyclopedia of Feminist Literatureboth8An Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age: British Culture,1776-1832both8
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Literature in EnglishBiographical3The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World Historyboth7
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The Land AND Literature of Englandhistorical 5British Romaticism and The Science Of The Mind both7
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Class Research Guide
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