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  Ian McEwan Bookworm Interview
  Ian McEwan New Yorker Profile
  Jorie Graham-Michael Silverblatt Interview
  The Master and Margarita Middlebury College
  Berlin Wall Photo Essay
  Berlin Wall A Photograph
  Literary Terms and Definitions
  More Literary Terms and Definitions
  Letter from Birmingham Jail at 50

 English Department


Jeff Berger-White
Office Location: E-107

Phone: 224-632-3125



A.P. Senior English Open HouseAttachment 
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 9/10/2015 8:10 PM
Sophomore English Survey Open HouseAttachment 
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 9/10/2015 6:43 PM
Sophomore English Open House 2015Attachment 
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 9/10/2015 6:40 PM
Let us remember…that in the end we go to poetry for one reason, so that we might more fully inhabit our lives and the world in which we live them, and that if we more fully inhabit these things, we might be less apt to destroy both.” —Christian Wiman 
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 1/12/2015 1:33 PM
On Language 
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 8/28/2012 6:16 AM

“Amid chaos of images, we value coherence. We believe in the printed word. And we believe in clarity. And we believe in immaculate syntax. And in the beauty of the English language.”   —William Shawn


 Blindness and Vision

Atonement Reading Journal Questions.pdfAtonement Reading Journal QuestionsNew
Next Thoughts Letter from Birmingham Jail.pdfNext Thoughts Letter from Birmingham Jail
Writing Questions Letter from Birmingham Jail.pdfWriting Questions Letter from Birmingham Jail
Lopate from To Show and To Tell.pdfLopate from To Show and To Tell
Writing Questions Art Objects.pdfWriting Questions Art Objects
Critical Conversation Theories of Reading.pdfCritical Conversation Theories of Reading
Revised Syllabus Repeated Casts.pdfRevised Syllabus Repeated Casts
The Personal Essay 2015.pdfThe Personal Essay 2015
Timed Writing Pivotal Scene Student Models.pdfTimed Writing Pivotal Scene Student Models
Writing Questions Good Readers and Good Writers.pdfWriting Questions Good Readers and Good Writers
Writing Questions Cadwal and Polydore.pdfWriting Questions Cadwal and Polydore
Writing Questions Why Read the Classics.pdfWriting Questions Why Read the Classics
Repeated Casts Supposedly Fun Thing.pdfRepeated Casts Supposedly Fun Thing
A First Syllabus Repeated Casts 2015.pdfA First Syllabus Repeated Casts 2015
Preparing for the Open Question.pdfPreparing for the Open Question
Contradiction at the Center.pdfContradiction at the Center
19th Century Novels Beyond the Backbone.pdf19th Century Novels Beyond the Backbone
Summer Reading Continuing the Dialogue.pdfSummer Reading Continuing the Dialogue
Memorization Entering the Critical Conversation.pdfMemorization Entering the Critical Conversation

 Gods and Monsters

Writing Questions Learn'd Astronomer.pdf
Short Story Essay Assignment.pdf
First Steps Short Story Essay.pdf
Writing Questions The Place of the Swallows.pdf
Next Steps Danger of a Single Story.pdf
Allegory of the Cave Next steps.pdf
Writing Questions Allegory of the Cave.pdf
Essay Assignment The Lunch Date.pdf
Lunch Date Seemingly Insignificant Moments.pdf
The Lunch Date.pdf

 Character and Fate

Short Stories Study Guide.pdf