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翻譯:徐卿(簡介並寄信)、汪海(簡介並寄信)
編輯:朱學(簡介並寄信)

課文

威廉姆•布萊克,《純真之歌》。牛津:牛津大學出版社,1977年版。

瑪麗•黑斯,《愛瑪•考特尼傳》。牛津:牛津大學出版社,2001年版。

瑪麗•雪萊,《科學怪人》。牛津:牛津大學出版社,2001年版。

勞倫斯•斯特恩,《感傷之旅》。紐約:企鵝出版社,2002年版。

喬納森•斯威夫特,《格列佛遊記》。紐約:企鵝出版社,2003年版。



課程要求

要求學生出席課程的每一部分,並參與活動。我評估學生的課堂表現不是根據其在本學期內說了多少漂亮話,而是根據其是否在課前充分的閱讀原著並做好課上討論的準備。此外,每位同學在本學期至少做一次口頭報告,評述指定的某部作品。報告要求在 15 至 20 分鐘,應設計為經細緻分析後的文學闡釋練習,並能有效的引發疑問和不同觀點的探討。最後,要求上交兩篇論文,篇幅分別是 5 至 6 頁和 8 至 10 頁。


麻省理工學院文學院針對剽竊行為的聲明


未經允許採用他人的智力成果屬於嚴重犯罪行為。文學院的政策是:有剽竊行為的學生,該課程成績判定為不及格,指導教師將此事上報紀律委員會。從課堂以外獲取的所有資訊,必須在所有上交的書面作業中清楚說明。所有取自他人作品的觀念、論據、直接措辭必須澄清來源出處並正確注釋。引用他人文句必須清楚地標注,以區別于學生自己的文字。有關標注的正確形式,可向寫作與交流中心的文體指導作進一步諮詢,亦可登陸麻省理工學院針對剽竊行為的說明網頁查詢。 http://mit.edu/writing/NEW/Citation/plagiarism.html.

麻省理工學院學術誠信政策可在如下鏈結找到 http://web.mit.edu/policies/10.0.html




Texts

Blake, William. Songs of Innocence and Experience. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1977.

Hays, Mary. Memoirs of Emma Courtney. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.

Shelley, Mary. Frankenstein. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.

Sterne, Laurence. A Sentimental Journey. New York: Penguin, 2002.

Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver's Travels. New York: Penguin, 2003.



Requirements

Students are required to attend all class sessions and to participate. I do not evaluate class participation in terms of how many brilliant things you say in the course of the semester, but I require you to have read the texts thoroughly and to come to class prepared to talk about them. In addition, every student will be required to deliver at least one presentation on an assigned work during the semester. These presentations, between 15-20 minutes in length, should be conceived as exercises in literary interpretation through close analysis, and should ideally help to stimulate a discussion through arguments and questions. Finally, there will be two essays, one 5-6 pages and the other 8-10 pages in length.



MIT Literature Department Statement on Plagiarism

Plagiarism--use of another's intellectual work without acknowledgement--is a serious offense. It is the policy of the Literature Faculty that students who plagiarize will receive an F in the subject, and that the instructor will forward the case to the Committee on Discipline. Full acknowledgement for all information obtained from sources outside the classroom must be clearly stated in all written work submitted. All ideas, arguments, and direct phrasings taken from someone else's work must be identified and properly footnoted. Quotations from other sources must be clearly marked as distinct from the student's own work. For further guidance on the proper forms of attribution consult the style guides available in the Writing and Communication Center and the MIT Website on Plagiarism located at http://mit.edu/writing/NEW/Citation/plagiarism.html.

MIT's academic honesty policy can be found at the following link: http://web.mit.edu/policies/10.0.html




 
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