Sorry it took me a while to scan second part of “The Lover” with an app on my phone, that is why the slightly angled pages but it’s all legible, checked page number-wise and ready to be printed.
You prompt is to write the character arch of the woman throughout the book from the beginning of the plot to the end of it. Where does her journey in the book start, who she is, what is her socio-economic background and how her character develops and how you see it. This is minimum 200 words.
Next class is our last class. Please make sure you attend the class with your hard copies on time so that we can have a good farewell session.
I will return your papers which I’m still holding on to and please make sure you post this response here but no need for hard copies from these responses because I will not have a chance to return them. I’ll leave comments on your posts in blog.
Deadline: Monday 8pm
So next Thursday we don’t have class. You have time to turn in your final essay paper as a document by email and posted under relavant tab “Final Drafts” until the May 21st at 8pm. Other instructions are found in the syllabus and you can email me with any question.
Again, just like your first draft, late papers will not be accepted.
I had a very good experience with you as a class, despite the fact that it’s been an early morning one and inevitably not so convenient of timing for many, but thanks to those of you who were on time, on top of deadlines, read the books, participated in class discussions and those of you who made a connection and conversed. Even if you didn’t, maybe and hopefully this semester planted the seeds of some questions for you. Just like it did for me. I am humbled and privileged to be given the opporunity to read your writing and being privy to your thought process and creative efforts. Thanks for your trust.
See you in class on Tuesday. Please come to class prepared to discuss the second part of “The Lover”