This library course guide will
introduce you to the Library's resources which may inform and support your research project in Professor Pennino's class.
Length: 13-15pages (using Time New Roman 12 point font, double spacing between lines, 1”margins). Titles pages and work cited pages do NOT count toward your total.
On the Road. Jack Kerouac
“Howl”. Allen Ginsburg (distributed in class)
Slouching Towards Bethlehem. Joan Didion
The Bell Jar. Sylvia Plath
The Crying of Lot 49. Thomas Pynchon
Portnoy’s Complaint. Philip Roth
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Hunter S. Thompson
Go Tell It on the Mountain. James Baldwin
Dispatches. Michael Herr.
Pafko at the Wall. Don DeLillo (probably not available at campus store)
Revolution for the Hell of It. Abbie Hoffman.
For this paper, you must have at minimum eight sources.
Literature Review: 50 points due on April 9 (MUST be turned in via e-mail)
For this paper, you need to choose one of the major works we have read in class. You have a great deal of leeway in choosing your topic, but this work must be at the center of your paper. You can be a bit imaginative here, utilizing the perspective of another humanities discipline (philosophy, history, art, music, etc.). You need, however, to clear your topic with me.