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Books for next semester (according to efollett): the annotated version

ENG 350: Literature, Folklore, and Fakelore
The Classic Fairy Tales (Tatar) - own it from Fairy Tales class
The Bloody Chamber (Carter) - love it, own it from Fairy Tales class
King Lear (Shakespeare) - did it last semester; still own the Riverside
Wuthering Heights (Bronte) - read it own my own and disliked it; will be good to read it for a class
The Vanishing Hitchhiker: Urban Legends and Their Meanings (Brunvand)

ENG 205: Telling and Retelling
Mrs. Dalloway (Woolf) - read it on my own; only good thing about having read it is it makes The Hours that much better
The Hours (Cunningham) - read it, love it
Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde (Stevenson) - classic i'm looking forward to reading
Mary Reilly (Martin) - looking forward to reading
Jane Eyre (Bronte) - got halfway through on my own and wasn't a big fan; it's a classic, so it'll be good to have read it
Wide Sargasso Sea (Rhys)
The Eyre Affair (Fforde)
The Scarlet Letter (Hawthorne) - read for summer AP, won't mind doing it again
Hester (Bigsby)
King Lear (Shakespeare) - see above [which means i'm doing it twice in one semester!]
A Thousand Acres (Smiley)
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (Hardy) - been wanting to read this since it was mentioned in an episode of Dangerous Minds [yes, i read My Posse Don't Do Homework first]
The French Lieutenant's Woman (Fowles)
Ourika (Duras, trans. Fowles)

ENG 490: Teaching Literature
     Annotation 1: Hello, AP English.
English Teacher's Companion (Burke)
Death of a Salesman (Miller) - read it in AP English and was underwhelmed
Pride and Prejudice (Austen) - read it once on my own and was underwhelmed (the second half almost made up for the first half)
Macbeth (Shakespeare) - my second favorite Shakespeare play ever
Jane Eyre (Bronte) - see above [which means i'm doing it twice in one semester!]
The Scarlett Letter (Hawthorne) - see above [which means i'm doing it twice in one semester!]
Great Gatsby (Fitzgerald) - read it in AP English and was underwhelmed
Beloved (Morrison) - classic i have yet to read

REL 110: The Inklings: Religion and Imagination in the Works of J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, and Charles Williams
     Annotation 1: Where is the Williams stuff?
     Annotation 2: This is a huge amount of reading. Surely we must be reading selections.
The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe (Lewis) - reread the whole series over Break
Surprised by Joy: Shape of my Early Life (Lewis)
Out of the Silent Planet (Lewis)
Mere Christianity (Lewis) - have been meaning to read this and its ilk for a while
Letters of JRR Tolkien (ed. Carpenter)
Silmarillion (Tolkien)
Reader (Tolkien)
Lord of the Rings (Tolkien) - read it the summer after the first movie came out; underwhelmed
Perelandra (Lewis)
That Hideous Strength (Lewis)
Out-of-stock: The Inklings (Carpenter)
Recommended: The Complete Guide to Middle-Earth (Foster)

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