English Two

Summer Term 2008
Thursdays, 4−6 pm; room 049, Computer Science building, Takustr. 9.

The Book

One of the requirements you will have to meet in order to be awarded credits for this course is that over a period of two months starting at the beginning of May you read an English book of your choice. Please make sure the title of the book you chose and your name appear in this table by 2 May.

To chart your progress and to make sure you build up some vocabulary, you will look up and write down English definitions for a total of at least 150 words or phrases from your book. In practice, I will check your list every two weeks and see to it that you have added at least 30 more words or phrases to it. The checkpoints are: 16 May, 30 May, 13 June, 27 June, 11 July.

Author: Title Name of Student
Paul Auster: Oracle Night Tas Sóti
Martin Langfield: The Malice Box Nico Wanner
Philip Pullman: Northern Lights Christian Dohnert
Neil Gaiman: Anansi Boys Patrick Bitterling
Arthur Conan Doyle: The Best of Sherlock Holmes David Ditter
Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson: The Illuminatus- Trilogy Simon Putzke
Frances Hodgson Burnett: The Secret Garden Arturo Chaves Maza
Joanne K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Ralf Müller-Zimmermann
Ken Kesey: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Stefan Heinz
Nick Hornby: About a boy Thomas Weißgerber
Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman: Good Omens Maren Settekorn
Charles Webb: The Graduate Alexander Maurer
J.R.R. Tolkien: The Lord of the Rings Sebastian Kalwa
Kate Fox: Watching the English Sebastian Bauch
Arthur C. Clarke: The Sands of Mars Tamaz Amiranashvili
Dan Brown: Digital Fortress Andy Wong
James Heneghan: Torn Away Arkadi Levi
Ben Elton: High Society Karsten Groll

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Topic revision: r23 - 12 Oct 2008, PeterMonnerjahn

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