Category Archives: Literary Modernism

The Short Story from pre-Romanticism through Today’s Postmodernism, June 2017–Sept. 2017

Last summer I gathered six English teachers (four of whom teach AP Literature) for us to read 36 representative short stories during June and July to experience the development of the short story genre from its inception to today’s Postmodernist … Continue reading

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Bloomsday, June 16, 1904

Steve sent me an e-mail, noting that today is Bloomsday, and I asked him to tell us more about it.  Here’s his posting about Bloomsday.  (I hope you’ll submit a reply.) Many authors have critiqued Joyce’s Ulysses. There is a … Continue reading

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