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Discussion: Feminist Literary Theory (ES 1, 4)

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  • Discussion: Feminist Literary Theory (ES 1, 4)<p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Directions & Point Breakdown:</strong></span><br /> <br /> Spell check your post before submitting and keep all posts academic. Though this is social, it is still considered a formal setting.<br /> <br /> Your initial post is worth 2 points. You will be graded on grammar, spelling, and thoughtfulness of response.<br /> <br /> You can earn 2 more points (for a total of 4) for posting 2 more times in the discussion board. The posts can be questions or thoughtful comments.<br /> <br /> Posting, "I agree" or a 1 sentence response will not earn your credit. You'll need to explain your thoughts thoroughly.</p> <p><strong>Questions:</strong></p> <p>1. Not all of the texts we encounter in everyday life are literary. “Cultural” texts can include music videos, television ads or programs, print ads, billboards, or films. Think of something you’ve read, heard, seen outside of class that particularly struck you as worth thinking about. Describe the example or provide a link to an example if you can find one online.</p> <p>2. Analyze an example someone else has provided as a feminist critic. According to Feminist Literary Theory, how would this example be viewed?</p>