WRITERSí WORKSHOP READING SCHEDULE

Rationale: Good writing is ďcaughtĒ as much as it is ďtaught.ĒTo be a good writer one must read great authors.The following examples of great writing include a range of literary genres and profound subjects, including the history of our origins and a famous allegory about our earthly pilgrimage toward heaven.

FALL SEMESTER

1. Genesis 1-25 History

2. Genesis 26-50 History
3. Pilgrimís Progress, Chap. 1-3 Allegory

4. Pilgrimís Progress, Chap. 4-6 Allegory

5. Pilgrimís Progress, Chap. 7-9 Allegory

6. Pilgrimís Progress, Chap. 10-13 Allegory

7. Pilgrimís Progress, Chap. 14-17 Allegory

8. Proverbs 1-31 (All) Wisdom Literature
9. Pilgrimís Progress, Chap. 18-22 Allegory

10. Pilgrimís Progress, Chap. 23-27 Allegory

11. Pilgrimís Progress, Chap. 28-32 Allegory

12. Pilgrimís Progress, Chap. 33-36 Allegory

13. A Christmas Carol (All) Novella
14. Hamlet, Acts 1-2  Dramatic Tragedy

15. Hamlet, Acts 3-5  Dramatic Tragedy
16. (No reading assignment)

SPRING SEMESTER

1.
Orthodoxy, Chap. 1-3 Prose/Apologetics

2. Orthodoxy, Chap. 4-6 Prose/Apologetics

3. Orthodoxy, Chap. 7-9 Prose/Apologetics
4. Gospel of Luke 1-24 History

5. Acts of the Apostles 1-28 History
6. Mere Christianity, Pt. 1, Chap. 1-2 Prose

7. Mere Christianity, Pt. 1, Chap. 3-5 Prose

8. Mere Christianity, Pt. 2, Chap. 1-2 Prose

9. Mere Christianity, Pt. 2, Chap. 3-5 Prose

10. Mere Christianity, Pt. 3, Chap. 1-3 Prose

11. Mere Christianity, Pt. 3, Chap.4-7 Prose

12. Mere Christianity, Pt. 3, Chap. 8-12 Prose

13. Mere Christianity, Pt. 4, Chap. 1-3 Prose

14. Mere Christianity, Pt. 4, Chap. 4-7 Prose

15. Mere Christianity, Pt. 4, Chap. 8-11 Prose
16. (No reading assignment)