Discussion questions about Gollywhopper games

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Tuesday, August 29Introduction: LavaterThursday, August 31Kleist: The duel (3-41)Answer to reading questionTue, 5.9Kleist: The Duel / Hoffmann: The Sandman (3-25)Answer to reading questionThursday, 7.9Hoffmann: The Sandman (25-40)Freud: “The uncanny”:
David Fox1 page reaction to the textTuesday, September 12thBüchner: Lenz (5-31)Schopenhauer
Jared WilsonWrite an answer to a (1) of the discussion questionsThursday, September 14thMeyer, C.F .: The temptation of Pescara (3-28)Chamisso: "Peter Schlemihl"
Ben CoganWrite 3 discussion questions to accompany the textTuesday, September 19No session - reading day (read Meyer [28-76])Nothing - just readThursday, 9/21Meyer, C.F .: The temptation of Pescara (76-109)1 page reaction to the text
(Bring 3 copies to class)Tuesday, September 26thMeyer, C.F .: The temptation of Pescara (109-143)Jeremias Gotthelf: The black spider
Rich Platts1/2 page reactions to each partner
(Bring 2 copies of each reaction to class)Thursday, September 28Captain: Railway attendant Thiel (3-40)Develop 3 discussion questions for the textTuesday, October 3Ralf Bont (40-69)Simon Richter: Laocoon’s Body and the Aesthetics of Pain
Adrianne DoeringDesign 3 discussion questions for Ralf BöntThursday, October 5Test I.Prepare for the examTue, 10.10Rilke: The notes of Malte Laurids-Brigge (9-39)Armando Favazza: Bodies under Siege
Ece UlusWrite an answer to a (1) of the discussion questionsThursday, October 12Rilke: The notes of Malte Laurids-Brigge (39-66)Write an answer to a (1) of the discussion questionsTuesday, October 17Rilke: The notes of Malte Laurids-Brigge (66-92)Hand over essay I.Thursday, October 19Rilke: The notes of Malte Laurids-Brigge (92-124)1 page reaction to the text
(Bring 3 copies to class)Tue, October 24thRilke: The notes of Malte Laurids-Brigge (124-151)Response to partner
(Bring 2 copies of each reaction to class)Thursday, October 26thRilke: The notes of Malte Laurids-Brigge (151-176)Choose 1 sentence or 2 sentences, write half a page about itTuesday, October 31Rilke: The notes of Malte Laurids-Brigge (176-200)Draw up 3 discussion questions for the textThursday, November 2ndMan: Death in Venice (9-41)Write an answer to a (1) of the discussion questionsTuesday, November 7thMan: Death in Venice (41-73)No homeworkThursday, November 9thMan: Death in Venice (73-106)1 page reaction to the text
(Bring 3 copies to class)Tuesday, November 14thMan: Death in Venice (106-139)Response to partner
(Bring 2 copies of each reaction to class)Thursday, November 16Test II Prepare for the examTuesday, November 21Kafka: In the penal colony (56-88)Peter Hays: The Limping Hero
Allison GillRead only, write nothingThursday, November 23No session - Thanksgiving DayTuesday, November 28Borchert: "The rats sleep at night" (63-65), "The kitchen ear" (103-105), "The bread" (105-106) and "The three dark kings" (106-107).Write a reaction to Borchert (1 page)Thursday, November 30thBachmann: Undine leaves (140-147)
Kirsch: bolt from the blue (7-24)Elisabeth Bronfen - Over Her Dead Body
Ivko DimitricAnswers to a (1) of the discussion questionsTuesday, December 5thVisit from Pitt Alumnus - no homework Come to class!Thursday, December 7thWolf: Gender swap (67-100), summaryVerena Stefan - molting
Emily RiceWork on the essayMon., December 11thEssay 2 until 5 p.m. hand over