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2 July 2009
ENG 400 Students [ONLY],
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 If you are looking for the proper entry to enter assignments about this week's primary texts (e.g. Verne, Wells, Lewis, Campbell, Asimov, Bradbury, Hubbard, Boulle, Clarke, Adams, etc.) on the reading(s) of the week, you should click the link appropriate category link in the Scattergories menu to the left of the page. For example, click the *Literature* link to scan all entries tagged "LIterature" or *Film* to see any tagged "Film" and submit your response to the appropriate entry (usually the title of the entry will match the title of the work you are working with for this module). The link can also be found by clicking HERE for Literature and HERE for Film.
 If you are looking for the proper entry to enter assignments about this week's secondary texts (e.g. the scholarly articles and critical articles) on the current module, you should click the link appropriate category link in the scattergories menu to the left of the page. For example, click "Critical Theory" to see all entries tagged with that topic and submit your response/assignment to the appropriate entry (e.g. "The Golden-Age of Science Fiction," etc.). That link can also be found by clicking HERE for Critical Theory.
At this particular entry (the one you are now reading) you will find the most recent addendum to the course syllabus. It will be reprinted below by the first day of class.
Most of the stories and articles you will need for the course will be available in a coursepack prepared by the University Copy Center and sold at the University Bookstore. However, there are a few texts you will need to purchase. They are . . .