Tuesday, June 2, 2009

What if you bought "Ragtime" instead of "Amusing the Millions"

I'm hearing from a lot of people who have Ragtime instead of Amusing the Millions because it was listed on an old syllabus on my website (I've got to find a way to send people straight to this blog, instead). If you have Ragtime, just go ahead and use that book. I have some discussion questions I can post for it, and we can just have two discussions at the same time.

6 comments:

Guy Sturdevant said...

Professor Davis,

I will be out of country for the first exam period, however i am willing to take it as early as next week. Thank you for your time.

Guy Sturdevant

Anonymous said...

How do you suggest we should study for your 3 tests? Will the test questions be taken from the online quizzes? If not, should we make up our own review sheets?

Anonymous said...

Have you posted the questions for Amusing the Millions? I do not see a discussion board icon.

David L. Davis said...

OK, Guy. When are you leaving--or, more to the point, when do you want to take it?

David L. Davis said...

The exam questions will be chosen randomly from the quizzes that you have taken. The quizzes can be printed out if you want to study them that way.

David L. Davis said...

Discussion questions for amusing the millions: I have mislaid my copy of the book with the discussion questions written in the margin! I think it's buried in my office somewhere. I'll find it today, and post the questions tonight. My bad.