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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,...
Develops the basic practical skills of literary criticism. With respect to poetry, among other things, instruction is provided in the use of...
Foundations in Rhetoric
An introduction to the art of persuasion in written, spoken and visual forms. Models of strong rhetoric will be presented as sources to...
Foundations in Writing
A study of select models of writing in prose, and occasionally verse, combined with frequent practice in composing both fiction and non-...
The Short Story
Select short stories and short story sequences are the focus of the course. Consideration is also given to the peculiarities of the genre...
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...
Science Fiction and Subcreation
Focuses on Tolkien and Lewis' response to the problem of alienation in contemporary culture, more specifically the genre of science...
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...
Irony's Edge: Eighteenth-Century Satire
Survey of poetry, drama and prose from 1660-1798, which may include John Dryden, Aphra Behn, Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift, Samuel Johnson...
Focuses on the poetry of the Romantic period (c.1789-1832), including some of the works of the major Romantic poets, such as Blake,...
The Early Novel
Examines representative works of the early novel, including such authors as Austen, Hugo, the Brontës, Dostoevsky, Gaskell, and Eliot....
Focuses on the poetry of the Victorian period (1837-1901), including works by poets such as Tennyson, Arnold, Hardy and Browning....
Study of representative works reflecting the various influences of the major wars and social upheavals characteristic of the 20th century....
Directed Studies in English
This independent study option is open to third and fourth year students who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum and...
Instructs and practices the student in the methods of creative writing. Through reading and writing short stories, dramatic works and poetry...
Through reading and writing dramatic works students will become familiar with aspects of playwriting such as plotting, characterization,...