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Theory and Interpretation (LIT 101)

Andrew Levine did strong work this quarter.  Though his initial written submissions were so meditative that their analysis was unclear, his later essays used his creative perspective and very strong prose skills to isolate productive analytical ideas.   This class … Continue reading

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Introduction to Shakespeare (LIT 080Z)

Andrew Levine did generally good work in this course.  He was an infrequent participant in section discussions, but when he spoke his observations were perceptive and well-judged.  His written work was uneven in quality.  His ideas were imaginative and insightful, … Continue reading

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Theatre and Theatricality (LIT 060H)

Andrew said almost nothing in class discussions. None of his written work delivered a fully developed argument, but each indicated razorsharp intelligence, terrific wit, and ability to turn out finely polished writing. His rewrite of the final scene of Tartuffe … Continue reading

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Literary Interpretation (LIT 001)

Half of Andrew’s work for this course was satisfactory, half very good. Andrew’s paper on virtue in Mother Courage–which was a very good first paper–was thoughtful and intelligent. His paper on Boccaccio offered some insightful reading, but it lacked focus, … Continue reading

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