|Welcome to Fable and
We have an exciting semester ahead exploring the enchantment of fables and tales - the eternal delight of folk material over many centuries and from many cultures.
This will be your class Website. Here you can find familiar assistance that will be useful to you throughout the class curriculum. (Please Bookmark it on your computer right now!)
First, you can visit the pages which describe how an "Online Literature" class works. Just click on "About Your Class" below.
The list of options below also allows you to view and print out copies of the Course Overview and Syllabus, the Reading List and Recommended Readings, the Assignments and information about the Final Research Project, interesting Web Resources and Web Sites, the Grading Policies, and information about contacting yours truly, your Instructor.
The listing on the right is the schedule of Lecture Notes. It will always lead you to the Lecture Notes for the current week.
Your success in this course will depend on the fact that you can participate regularly in the on-line Discussion Group, as well. Sharing your own stories and research activities and listening to the stories of your classmates is an important benefit of an Online class!
Enjoy the Magic!
Marjorie C. Luesebrink, MFA
Caption-description: "The Magic of Once Upon a time can be seen in layered stories from ancient Egypt to Cinderella and Nemo."
Fall 2011 - Ticket #62505
Please see the Mandatory Online Orientation Page
September 26 - October 2
VII. One Religion all Religions: One Face all Heroes
October 17 - October 24
October 31 - November 6
and November 21 - November 27
XI. Urban Legends
December 5 - December 9
Print out the Take-Home Final