At the beginning of this class Sean Rogers will perform part of Samuel Beckett’s Molloy, and we’ll also hear from Nick, who’ll do a piece by Jeff McDaniel, and Duane, who’ll do a song by Regina Spektor.

In this course, in which we study oral language, we have been producing a lot of it ourselves, and I want to reserve this class for an experiment in the production and reception of speech.

However, we’ll also going to spend at least 30 minutes talking about your papers: how to get them started, what sort of research you should be doing and how to do it, my expectations, and your strategies and/or difficulties. So bring your ideas and questions.

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