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Introduction to Literature I
An introduction to literature written by men and women from a variety of countries. This course will include literature up to the year 1660...
Introduction to Literature II
An introduction to literature written by men and women from a variety of countries. This course will include literature from 1661 to the...
Literature and Composition
A development of writing skills necessary for university work, including a review of the fundamentals of grammar. Students will be given...
Major Authors in English Literature
Consists of a study of major authors selected from the various periods of English literature. Authors may include Chaucer, Marlowe, Milton,...
Introduces students to the poetry and prose of Anglo-Saxon England. Works are read in modern translations, but an introduction to the...
From medieval to modern times, the legends of King Arthur have captured the imaginations of many cultures. Explores diverse articulations of...
Explores important works of poetry and prose by authors such as Sidney, Spenser, Erasmus and More and their place in Renaissance culture....
Classics of Medieval Literature
Beginning with Bede's account of the seventh-century conversion of King Edwin and ending with the close of the Middle Ages circa 1400,...
The Bible as Literature
Explores the literary power and expression of biblical material. The Bible will be read as a work of literature, sensitive to issues of plot...
Intensive introduction to children's literature. Students will investigate various genres of children's literature and critically...
Study of English literature from the reign of James I to the Restoration, emphasizing Donne, Herbert, Bunyan and Milton. Prerequisite: 6...
Introduction to Old Norse Literature
Survey of Old Norse literature in translation, including Eddic and Skaldic poetry, King's sagas, Icelandic sagas, ancient sagas and...
Study of representative works reflecting the various influences of the major wars and social upheavals characteristic of the 20th century....
Focuses on literature of countries that were once British colonies and have since become independent nations. Among the literatures discussed...
Study of literature produced by writers of African descent in the United States. Writings include the slave narrative, essay, poetry, novel,...
American Literature I
Introduction to influential American writers of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries up to the Civil War, shaping the direction of American...
American Literature II
Focuses on post-Civil War and 20th century American literature, in the major genres of poetry, drama and fiction. Representative authors...
Literature Across the Americas
Draws on a selection of twentieth and twenty-first century literature in English from both North and South America. Representative authors...
Canadian Literature and Culture
An introduction to Canadian literature emphasizing writers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Texts are chosen from works in both...
Introduction to French Literature and Media
Students are given an opportunity to learn the French language through French materials including newspapers, magazines articles, advertising...
Develops students' understanding of La Francophonie by means of a variety of literary texts from the Francophone world, with special...
Introduction to Guitar Literature
Explores the array of guitar repertoire in the Classical, Romantic and Modern eras. Student will engage in an in-depth study of iconic works...
Introduction to Piano Literature
Explores the array of piano repertoire in the Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras. Students will engage in an in-depth study of iconic works...