About Me

Hi. My name is Mohammad Thoyibi. I am a teacher. I teach English Literature.
Welcome to my blog. I call it A Room for Reading and Studying English Poetry, Fiction, and Drama. It is an alternative reading room outside the class. The literary works provided here are mostly those considered as the canons in British or American literature because they represent the models of English literature. However, this room will also accommodate literary works, written or translated into English, of other well-known authors.
Any suggestion to improve this room is sincerely appreciated.

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12 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Endah Hana Pratiwi (A320090260)
    Mar 14, 2011 @ 12:04:50

    Sir, should I send my assignment on My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold to your email?
    Thank you.

    Reply

  2. renny
    May 04, 2011 @ 09:10:38

    askum…
    sir….what’s the title of the short story for the next week assignment and where i can find it?
    thank you

    Reply

    • mthoyibi
      May 04, 2011 @ 13:33:43

      The Horse Dealer’s Daughter written by D. H. Lawrence. I have provided the short story in my blog. Just click the short story menu and download it.

      Reply

  3. Eka Pratiwi Sintowati (A320090204)
    May 15, 2011 @ 03:18:54

    Excuse me, Sir. Which part of the play should be analyzed? Does each group do the same topic?

    Reply

    • mthoyibi
      May 16, 2011 @ 07:58:05

      Dear Pratiwi (and others),
      The class is divided into five groups, namely Group1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Each group has its own focus. Group 1 focuses on character and characterization, Group 2 on plot, Group 3 on property and costume, Group 4 on lighting and sound effects, and Group 5 on subject matter and theme.

      Reply

  4. ningrum
    May 16, 2011 @ 15:34:00

    How many people does each group have, sir?

    Reply

  5. nizam92
    Feb 06, 2014 @ 09:45:45

    I miss your literary class!

    Reply

  6. Ahmad Samingan
    Nov 16, 2014 @ 09:54:24

    very nice blog, it’s simple, but provides much information about English literature.

    Reply

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