English 3.303, Autumn 1995, Jack Lynch

Six books -- John Gay, The Beggar's Opera (Penguin); Daniel Defoe, Roxana (Penguin); Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels (Signet); William Blake, The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (Dover); John Cleland, Fanny Hill (Penguine), and William Hogarth's Engravings (Dover) -- are available from the Pennsylvania Book Center (not the Penn Book Store!) at 38th and Walnut. The remainder of the readings (and other class materials) are on reserve in the Rosengarten Reserve Room in the basement of Van Pelt Library and on-line on the English Web.
(Note: Of the six books available at the Book Center, The Beggar's Opera, Gulliver's Travels, Fanny Hill, and the relevant extracts from The Life of Johnson are also available electronically. For these longer works, reading the paper will be much easier on your eyes, but if money is short, you can still get the materials.)
There is also a required guide to grammar and style available only on the Web. The syllabus has occasional references to specific entries in the guide.