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Instructions: For each of the following queries, there are two choices for answering. For any given question, pick ONE option — and ONLY one option — and answer it in complete, concise, coherent sentences of connected prose (that is, not in outline form). Be sure to type (i.e., word-process) your responses; use a common 12-point font like New Times Roman, and double-space or at least use space-&-a half. Do NOT write LESS than half a page, or MORE than one full page, for any single question. Turn in a hard copy of your answers on cleanly-printed standard-size pages stapled together in the upper left-hand corner (without any enclosing folder or plasticized sheets). Make sure that your name is printed at the top of every page, and also that you have kept an electronic copy for yourself (plus, if you wish, a back-up hard copy). Do NOT submit ONLY an electronic copy of your test-responses, but you may submit both an e- and a hard copy.
It is expected that many answers can be supported by effective examples from Rowling’s HP books (with exact citations according to Book & Chapter, as in “ HP3.1 ”, etc.). Any other passages quoted or paraphrased (other than notes on class-lectures) should also be attributed to their sources. These may be cited [in brackets or in parentheses, but NOT wholly surrounded (as here) by quotation-marks] in the following way: “ Langford 2007 ” or “ The End of Harry Potter ” or “ EHP ”, etc. Other class-readings, outside readings, and other websites may also be referred-to (first in full, but, after that, via appropriately short but intelligible abbreviations similar to those preceding) — yet only if they are truly relevant.
It is almost always better to cite (i) something that looks highly relevant but is raggedly written in one’s own notes, rather than (ii) something that looks much less relevant but is nicely printed or tastefully displayed in some published or posted source. By the same token, your answers will come across best if they reflect what was actually discussed in this course, rather than seeming to come directly from some source on the Web that shows no connections with L210/HP.
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