In-class blog comments

In-class blog comments exercise (15-20 minutes):

  1. Choose ONE of the four student posts (hyperlinked below) that presents an interesting perspective you never considered.
  1. In the post’s comment box, answer the following question: What is the most original idea presented in this post and how could the student’s interpretation be improved? (3-4 sentences will suffice)

Student blog posts:

1. Anna Diaz-Galvan: https://english102literaturesurvey.wordpress.com/2017/04/14/8185/

2. Cait Grabill: https://english102literaturesurvey.wordpress.com/2017/04/14/abbey-vs-gravesite/

3. Jessica Mijares: https://english102literaturesurvey.wordpress.com/2017/04/14/ironic-disposition-but-is-that-not-the-point-of-romanticism/

4. Cesar Ramirez: https://english102literaturesurvey.wordpress.com/2017/04/14/exoticism-of-the-lower-class-through-wordsworths-we-are-seven/

Théodore Gericault (French, 1791–1824) Evening: Landscape with an Aqueduct, 1818

Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840), The Abby in the Oakwood, 1808-1810

Caspar David Friedrich, The Monk by the Sea, 1809

Joseph William Turner (1775-1851), Buttermere Lake : A Shower, 1798

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