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Spring 2018

F403 - Beneath the Hood: Secrets of Making Theatre - Instructors: Chip Rome, Richard Washer 
       Beneath the Hood - Act One [PDF]   Act Two [PDF]  

Winter 2018

F401 - Richard Wagner’s Medievalism: the Stories Behind the Music - Instructor: Amelia Rutledge 
       The Monster - Deems Taylor [PDF]    
       The Lay of Fafnir [PDF]  
       Nibelungenlied-Siegfrieds Fate [PDF]     
       Synopses-Nibelung-Volsung [PDF]  
       Voluspa-Ragnarok [PDF]  
       "Die Liebesnacht"The "Night of Love" Duet [PDF]   
       The Ring of the Nibelung Family Tree [PDF]  
       Exile of the Sons of Uisliu [PDF]   

F406 - Women Writers in Early America - Instructor: Tamara Harvey      
       Excerpts from Anne Bradstreet’s The Tenth Muse [PDF]
       Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz’ “In Reply to a Gentleman from Peru,” translated by Margaret Sayers Peden [PDF]
       Sor Juana’s loa to The Divine Narcissus, translated by Edith Grossman [PDF]
       Excerpts from Sor Juana’s “Response to Sor Filotea,” translated by Edith Grossman [PDF]

Fall 2017

F409 - A Novel for All Seasons: Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea - Instructor: Donna Macurdy
       Day 1 - Course Syllabus [PDF]   Opening Lecture [PDF]   Discussion Questions [PDF]  
       Day 2 - Hemingway's Place in American Literature [PDF]  
       Day 3 - The Preparation [PDF]  
       Day 4 - The Voyage Out [PDF]    
       Day 5 - The Voyage Out (Continued) [PDF]    
       Day 6 - The Voyage Completed [PDF]    
       Day 7 - The Battle/Return [PDF]   

Spring 2017

F407 - Introduction to Dante’s Inferno - Instructor: Kristina Olson 
       First Class -  Part One [PPTX]   Part Two [PPTX]    
       Second Class  [PPTX] 
       Third Class  [PPTX] 
       Fourth Class -  Part One [PPTX]   Part Two [PPTX]    

F413 - Celtic Tales Retold - Instructor: Amelia Rutledge  
       Celtic Mythology and Myth-History [PDF]  
       The Boyhood Deeds of Cú Chulainn [PDF]  
       Exile of the Sons of Uisliu [PDF]  
       Celtic Tales Retold - Introduction [PDF]   
       Mabinoji - Math [PDF]  Motifs [PDF]  Details [PDF]     
       Marie de France-Lanval [PDF]
       Nature and Faery [PDF]  
       Yeats - Rossetti Poems [PDF]    
       McKillip - Out of the Woods [PDF]      
       Celtic Myth and Legend: A Selective Bibliography [PDF]      

F416 - Literary Potpourri - Coordinators: Jackie Gropman, Katie Mitchell 
       Contemporary Hard-Boiled Detectives [DOCX]     

Winter 2017

F402 - Why Did We Watch Downton Abbey? And Does It Matter that We Did? - Instructor: Dina Copelman 
       Hinchingbrooke House 1901 Census [DOCX] [PDF]     
       British Social Hierarchy [DOCX] [PDF]     
       Order of Precedence [DOCX] [PDF]     

Fall 2016

R413 - The Strangeness of Edgar Allen Poe - Instructor: Conrad Geller
       The Pit and the Pendulum [DOCX] [PDF]     
       The Black Cat [DOCX] [PDF]   
       The Fall of the House of Usher [DOCX] [PDF]  
       The Purloined Letter [DOCX] [PDF]  
       The Murders in the Rue Morgue [DOCX] [PDF]  
       The Cask of Amontillado[DOCX] [PDF]  
       The Tell-Tale Heart [DOCX] [PDF] 

R415 - What is a Documentary? - Coordinator: Norma Jean Reck 
       History of filmmaking - Giovanna Chesler [PPTX] [PDF]  
             (Notes for slides 6-11 contain links to the screened clips.)

Summer 2016

F406 - Raising Demons: Children in Jane Austen’s Novels - Instructor: Beth Lambert 
       Handouts [DOC] [PDF]  

Spring 2016

F408 - Heroes Across Cultures and Eras - Instructor: Amelia A. Rutledge 
       Gilgamesh [PDF] 
       The Trickster [PDF]   
       Beowulf [PDF]   
       Features and Conventions [PDF]   
       David Malouf, Ransom [PDF]    
       Harriet Jacobs [PDF]     

F410 - Dr. Who - Instructor: Wendy Campbell 
       A Brief History Of Doctor Who [DOCX] [PDF]    
       The Top 10 Doctor Who Episodes [DOCX] [PDF]      
       The Men Who Have Played the Doctor [DOCX] [PDF]      
       The Showrunners [DOCX] [PDF]      
       Quotes from the doctor [DOCX] [PDF]      

R414 - Tom Jones: A Hero Born to be Hanged - Instructor: Beth Lambert 
       Structure of Tom Jones; Readings [DOCX] [PDF]  

L420 - The Strangeness of Edgar Allen Poe - Instructor: Conrad Geller
       The Pit and the Pendulum [DOCX] [PDF]     
       The Black Cat [DOCX] [PDF]   
       The Fall of the House of Usher [DOCX] [PDF]  
       The Purloined Letter [DOCX] [PDF]  
       The Murders in the Rue Morgue [DOCX] [PDF]  
       The Cask of Amontillado[DOCX] [PDF]  
       The Tell-Tale Heart [DOCX] [PDF]  

L421 - Literary Job - Instructor: Tom Manteuffel 
       1603-421-Literary Job I [PPTX] [PDF]  
       1603-421-Literary Job II [PPTX] [PDF]  

Winter 2016

F407 - Atonement: Ian McEwan - Instructor: Kay Menchel  
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]      

R410 - Short Stories: Alice Munro - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]      

L412 -  Atonement: Ian McEwan - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]      

Fall 2015

F406 - The Sonnets of William Shakespeare - Instructor: Karen Miles 
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Sample Sonnets [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Session 4, Sonnets 40-89, Part II [DOCX] [PDF]       
       Session 5, Sonnets 90-126 [DOCX] [PDF]       

F408 - A Tour of Hardy’s Wessex - Instructor: Kay Menchel 
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]     

R417 - A Novel for All Seasons: Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea - Instructor: Donna Macurdy
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]     
       Discussion Questions [DOC] [PDF]     
       Day 1 [PDF]     
       Day 2 [PDF]     
       Day 3 [PDF]     
       Day 4 [PDF]     
       Day 5 [PDF]     
       Day 6 [PDF]     
       Day 7 [PDF]     

R413 - Northanger Abbey: Jane Austen’s First and Last Novel - Instructor: Beth Lambert
       Assignments letter [DOCX] [PDF]   

R418 - Middlemarch - Instructor: Kay Menchel 
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]     

L426 - Two by Forster - Instructor: Kay Menchel 
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]     

Summer 2015

F402 - Self-publishing a Buddhist Novel Set in Nepal - Instructor: Ruta Sevo
       Handout [PDF]  

R408 - The Many Ridiculous Travels of Gulliver - Instructor: Conrad Geller
       Swift Timeline [Word] [PDF]     
       Literary Ridicule [Word] [PDF]  

Spring 2015

F402 - Time Travel in Science Fiction - Instructor: Seymour Metz  
       Slides: Portrait [ODP] [PDF]    Landscape [ODP] [PDF]
       Authors [HTML]    Synopses [HTML]    Timeline [HTML]  
       AV instructions [ODT] [PDF]   Printing instructions [ODT] [PDF]   Script [ODT] [PDF]   

F408 - Eliot and Hardy - Instructor: Kay Menchel 
       Class schedule [DOCX] [PDF] (Revised March 30) 

R417 - To Kill a Mockingbird - Instructor: Donna Macurdy
       Syllabus [PDF]   
       Study Guides - Chapters 1-5 [PDF] 6-10 [PDF] 11-15 [PDF] 16-20 [PDF] 21-25 [PDF] 26-30 [PDF]  
       Week 1 - Lecture Notes [PDF]   
       Week 2 - Historical Context [PDF]   
       Week 3 - Notes on Setting [PDF]   
       Week 4 - Characterization in the Novel [PDF] 
       Week 5 - Point of View [PDF]  
       Week 6 - Aphorism and Literary Allusion [PDF]  
       Week 7 - Symbolism [PDF]  
       Week 8 - Theme and Motif [PDF]   
       Poetry aligned with the novel [PDF]   

R421 - Aspects of the Novel - Instructor: Kay Menchel 
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Class 1  [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Class 2  [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Class 3  [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Class 4  [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Class 5  [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Class 6  [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Class 7  [DOCX] [PDF]    
       Class 8  [DOCX] [PDF]    

Winter 2015

F405/R408 - British Humour - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       You Tube links [DOCX] [PDF]     
  
R410 - Rasselas - Instructor: Beth Lambert 
       Welcome letter [DOCX] [PDF]     

L411 - The Many Ridiculous Travels of Gulliver - Instructor: Conrad Geller
       Swift Timeline [Word] [PDF]     
       Literary Ridicule [Word] [PDF]  

Fall 2014  

F403 - Readers’ Theater - Coordinators: Wendy Campbell, Manuel Pablo
    Week 1 - SESSION 1 READINGS [PDF]   
       1 The Odd Couple [PDF]   
       2 Grace Notes [PDF]   
       3 The City [PDF]   
       4 'Dentity Crisis [PDF]   
    Week 2 - SESSION 2 READINGS [PDF]   
       1 Bench Seat [PDF]   
       2 Developing in a Dark Room [PDF]   
       3 All Things Being Equal [PDF]   
       4 I Just Want to Get to Phoenix [PDF]   
       5 Third [PDF]   
       6 Is That a Gun in Your Pocket [PDF]   
    Week 3      
       Bluff [PDF]   
       Dinner with Friends [PDF]   
       How I Learned to Drive [PDF]   
       Laughing Wild [PDF]   
       Lives of the Great Waitresses [PDF]   
       The Altruists [PDF]   
       The Graduate [PDF]   
       The Shape of Things [PDF]  
    Week 4 
       The Inheritance [PDF]     
       Into the Fire [PDF]        
       Independence-Act l [PDF]     
       Independence-Act ll [PDF]        

F409 - Aspects of the Novel - Instructor: Kay Menchel 
       Syllabus [DOCX]  
       Class 1 – Wednesday 9/24 [DOCX]  
       Class 2 – Wednesday 10/1 [DOCX]  
       Class 3 – Wednesday 10/8 [DOCX]  
       Class 4 – Wednesday 10/15 [DOCX]  
       Class 5 – Wednesday 10/22 [DOCX] 
       Class 6 – Wednesday 10/29 [DOCX] 
       Class 7 – Wednesday 11/5 [DOCX] 
       Class 8 – Wednesday 11/12 [DOCX] 

R412 - A Tour of Hardy’s Wessex - Instructor: Kay Menchel 
       Syllabus [DOCX]   

Spring 2014  

F407 - Explaining Britain One Book at a Time - Kay Menchel   
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]   

R412 - Explaining Britain One Book at a Time - Kay Menchel  
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]   

R414 - English Ain’t What You Think - Instructor: Conrad Geller
       Proto-Indo-European [GIF] [PDF]      

L421 - Two by Dickens - Instructor: Kay Menchel  
       Syllabus [DOCX] [PDF]   

Winter 2014  

F404 / R410 - Four by Four - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Four by Four Syllabus  [DOCX]  [PDF]   

F407 - From Page to Stage - Coordinators: Ken Elston, Doris Bloch 
       The Rover Script  [DOCX]  [PDF]       

R412 - The Story of Gilgamesh - Instructor: Diane Thompson
       Study Guide [DOCX]     Outline and Bibliography [DOCX]  
       New American Bible:     Adam and Eve [DOCX]  
            The Story of the Flood [DOCX]      Ecclesiastes [DOCX]   
           
Gilgamesh Tablets:    1- Enkidu  [DOCX]     10- Mortality  [DOCX]     11- Flood  [DOCX]    
       List of Characters [DOCX]  [PDF]       

L415 - Discovering India Through Its Emerging Novelists - Instructor: Patty Z. Means
       Suggested reading
[DOCX]     

Fall 2013  

F404 - To Kill a Mockingbird - Instructor: Donna Macurdy
       Course Syllabi [PDF]
       Day 1  Lecture Notes on the Author Harper Nelle Lee [PDF]
   
       Day 2  Historical Context for To Kill A Mockingbird [PDF]    
       Day 3  Notes on Setting [PDF]    
       Day 4  Characterization in To Kill A Mockingbird [PDF]    
       Day 5  Point of View for To Kill a Mockingbird [PDF]    
       Day 6  Symbolism in To Kill a Mockingbird [PDF]    
       Day 7  Mockingbird  Symbolism/Allusion [PDF]  
       Day 8  Theme/Motif, Closing Chapters [PDF] 
       Study Guide Questions - Chapters 1-5 [PDF] 
Chapters 6-10 [PDF]   Chapters 11-15 [PDF]   
           
Chapters 16-20 [PDF]   Chapters 21-25 [PDF]   Chapters 26-30 [PDF]       

F409 and L416 - Eight British Authors in Search of a Reader - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       List of authors  [DOCX]  [PDF]   

Summer 2013  

F405 - The Butler Did It: A Brief History of British Murder Mysteries - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Book list - [Word] [PDF]    

L417 - Will the Real Richard III Please Step Forward - Instructors: Richard Wilan, Beth Lambert
       Slides - [Word] [PDF]  
       Slides-2 - [Word] [PDF]   

Spring 2013  

L419 -  Aspects of the Novel - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Class 1 - [Word] [PDF]    
       Class 2 - [Word] [PDF]    
       Class 3 - [Word] [PDF]    
       Class 4 - [Word] [PDF]    

L420 - Mystery Histories: Crime Fiction Set in Historical Periods - Instructor: Paul Gonzalez
       Slides Week 3 [PPTX]  
       Slides Week 4 [PPTX]  
       Recommended Reading List A through L [DOCX]  
       Recommended Reading List M through Z [DOCX]  

Winter 2013  

F406 - Let’s Study a Play Together: The Mousetrap - Moderators: Doris Bloch, Marianne Metz
       Class 1 - Slides [PDF] 
       Class 3 - Slideshow [PPSX] 

L414 - A Brief Survey of Science Fiction - Instructor: Agatha Taormina 
       Definition and History [PPTX]
       The Future [PPTX]
       Identity [PPTX]
       Reality [PPTX] 
       What to Read: A Brief Survey of Science Fiction [DOCX]  

Fall 2012  

F403 - Manners and Mayhem: Fanny Burney’s Evelina - Instructor: Beth Lambert
       Reading assignments [Word] [PDF]    
       Who's Who? [Word] [PDF]    

       Letters We Discussed In Class - Monday, Sep 17 [Word] [PDF]   
       Points for Discussion: Classes 2 & 3 [Word] [PDF]      

F412 - Novels of the First World War - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Syllabus [Word] [PDF]   

F415 - F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby - Instructor: Donna Macurdy
       Reading schedule [PDF]  
       Novel study version [PDF] 
       Chapter 1 - Notes [PDF]   Study Guide Questions [PDF]  

       Chapters 2 - 4 Study Guide Sheets [PDF]     
            Lecture Notes for Day 3 [PDF]      
            Lecture Notes
for Day 4 [PDF]   
       Chapters 5 Study Guide Questions [PDF] 
            Lecture Notes for Day 5 [PDF]              
       Chapters 6 Study Guide Questions [PDF]      
       Handout: Symbolism Review in Gatsby
[PDF]     
            Lecture Notes for Day 6 [PDF]      
       Chapters 7 Study Guide Questions [PDF]     
            Lecture Notes for Day 7 [PDF]        
       Chapters 8 - 9 Study Guide Questions [PDF]      
       Handout: Gatsby's Guide to Manhood
[PDF]  
            Lecture Notes for Day 8 [PDF]           
     

R417 -  Aspects of the Novel - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Syllabus [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 1 [Word] [PDF]   

       Class 2 [Word] [PDF]   
       Class 3 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 4 [Word] [PDF]    
       Class 5 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 6 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 7 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 8 [Word] [PDF]  
       The OLLI Top Ten [Word] [PDF]  
  

L423 - English Ain’t What You Think - Instructor: Conrad Geller
       A brief chronology of English [Word] [PDF]     
       Ten Books of Interest [Word] [PDF]     
       Proto-Indo-European [GIF] [PDF]      

Summer 2012  

F401 - Let’s Study a Play Together—Princess Ida by Gilbert and Sullivan
          Instructor: Doris Bloch
       Class One - Slide Show [PPSX]    Slides [PDF]  
       Class Two - Slide Show [PPSX]    Slides [PDF]    
       Class Three - Slide Show [PPSX]    Slides [PDF]    

Spring 2012  

F403 - Aspects of the Novel - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Syllabus [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 1 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 2 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 3 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 4 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 5 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 6 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 7 [Word] [PDF]  
       Class 8 [Word] [PDF]  
       Book List [Word] [PDF]        

F407 - Let’s Study a Play Together—Jeeves in Bloom - Instructor: Doris Bloch
       Interview with Jeeves [Word] [PDF]   

R409 - Jane Austen — Persuasion - Instructor: Beth Lambert 

       Bibliography of Printed Books and Websites [Web page] [PDF]  

R411 - A Brontë Double Bill - Instructor: Kay Menchel

       Syllabus [Word] [PDF]  

Winter 2012  

F406 - Wuthering Heights - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Syllabus [Word] [PDF]  

R410 - Evelyn Waugh -
Brideshead Revisited - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Syllabus [Word] [PDF]  

F415 - Strictly Sonnets - Instructor: Conrad Geller

       Sonnets - Week One  [Word] 
       Sonnets - Week Two  [Word] 
       Sonnets - Week Three  [Word] 
       Sonnets - Week Four  [Word] 
       Some Terms in Poetics [Word] [PDF]  

Fall 2011  

F401 - Evelyn Waugh — Brideshead Revisited - Instructor: Kay Menchel
       Syllabus [Word] [PDF]  

F404 - Letʹs Study a Play Together - Coordinator: Doris Bloch

       Love for Three Oranges [PDF]  

F409 - Memoir Writing - Instructor: Dianne Hennessy King

       Class Members’ Favorite Memoirs [PDF]  
       A Few Memoirs, Biographies, Autobiographies and Writing Books [PDF] 
       "Forgetfulness" - poem by Billy Collins [PDF] 

Summer 2011  

F404 - Let’s Study a Play Together - Instructor: Doris Bloch
       The Gondoliers - Act 1 [Word] [PDF]    Act 2 [Word] [PDF]
       Gilbert and Sullivan bibliography [Word] [PDF]  

Spring 2011  

F401 - Let’s Study a Play Together - Doris Bloch, moderator
       The Beggar’s Opera by John Gay [RTF] [PDF]   
       Jack Sheppard: Macheath's Historical Counterpart - Wikipedia [PDF] 
       List of Resources [Word] [PDF] 

F402 - Readers’ Theater - Kathie West

       A Midsummer Night's Dream [Link to play script

F404 - Memoir Writing - Dianne Hennessy King

       Assignment - March 24 [Word] [PDF] 
       Article by Barbara Strauch [Word] [PDF]
       Assignment - May 3 [Word] [PDF] 
       Article by Sven Birkerts - Finding Traction (Agni Magazine) 

Winter 2011  

F403 - Let’s Study a Play Together: Man and Superman - Doris Bloch, coordinator
       Complete play (ebook) [PDF] by George Bernard Shaw   
       Prologue [Word] [PDF] 
       Act One [Word] [PDF] 
       Act Two [Word] [PDF] 
       Act Three [Word] [PDF] 
       Act Four [Word] [PDF] 
       Maxims for Revolutionists [Word] [PDF] 

Summer 2010  

F401 - Reading while Driving: Let’s Talk Audio Books
       Moderator - Phyllis Furdell
       Audio book recommendations [Word] [PDF]

Spring 2010

F403 - Let's Study a Play Together - Doris Bloch
       "An Ideal Husband" (106 pages) [Text] Class Info [Word] [PDF]
       [Word] [Act1] [Act2] [Act3] [Act4] [PDF] [Act1] [Act2] [Act3] [Act4] 

      
Class Info [Word] [PDF] 

Winter 2010

F402 - Memoir: Writing Forward, Starting Now - Dianne Hennessy King
       Class Members’ Favorite Memoirs [Word] [PDF] 
       Writing assignment: Memories of Snow [Word] [PDF]  
       Writing assignment: Six Word Memoirs [Word] [PDF]  
       Make-up class (Feb 24) [Word] [PDF] 

F403 - Beyond Little Golden Books: Children’s Literature Today  

          - Judy Baxter, Wendy Campbell, Nancy Davis  
       Tips to Encourage Beginning Readers [Word] [PDF] 
       Booklists (PDFs)  Week 1  Week 2  Week 3  Week 4 
       Complete Booklist and Web sites [Excel] [PDF] 

Fall 2009

F407 - Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle - Peter Blau 
       Recommended reading [Word] [PDF]   

Summer 2009

F402 - The Bloomsbury Group - Diane Coppage - Jun 23-Jul 21
       About Virginia Woolf [Website]  
        -- Blue and Green [1921] [Website]
        -- Monday or Tuesday [1921] [Website] 
        -- Modern Fiction [Website]
        -- A Haunted House and Other Short Stories [Word] [PDF]
        -- Professions for Women [Word] [PDF]
       Bloomsbury Reader [Title page] [Copyright page]
       EM Forster - In My Library [Pg1] [Pg2]
       Lytton Strachey - Lancaster Gate [Pg1] [Pg2] [Pg3] [Pg4] [Pg5] [Pg6]
       -- Eminent Victorians [1918]: Florence Nightingale, Part 1 [Website] 
       -- Queen Victoria [1921]: "Old Age" Chapter IX 
       Vanessa Bell - Notes on Virginia's Childhood [Pg1] [Pg2] [Pg3]
       John Maynard Keynes (1930):
       -- Economic Possibilities for our Grandchildren [Word] [PDF] 
       
F403 - Adventures in Book Collecting - Stuart Endick - Jul 21
       Grading System for Books  [Word]
[PDF]

F404 - The Art of the Translator - Rick Davis [Website] - Jul 28-29
       Getting It Across [PPT] [PDF] (Updated Jul 29)   
       Calderon book information
[Web page]  

Spring 2009

F402 - Sharing Your Life Story 
       OLLI National Resource Center - Life Story Center
       Create Your Life Story [PDF] [Word] 

F407 - Design and Technical Theater Production - Web links

       League of Resident Theatres www.lort.org
       IATSE www.iatse-intl.org/home.html
       Actors Equity www.actorsequity.org
       ESTA www.esta.org/
       NSU: Production Organization www.northern.edu/wild/th100/CHAPT10.HTM
       NSU: Scenery and Costumes www.northern.edu/wild/th241/sc1.htm

Winter 2009

L411 - Michael Coyne: A Proust Summary and Movie, Time Regained
       Proust Biography [PDF] 
       Three Editions [PDF]  
       Time Regained Movie Analysis [PDF]

Fall 2008

403 - A Close Reading of The Odyssey - Instuctor's Note to Students [PDF]

491- Harry Potter and the Power of Love 
[PDF]  [Word]