Course descriptions are provided for available courses AND their prerequisites. View a list of courses offered during the Summer 2012 term.
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Introduces literary criticism and the study of literary genres, historical periods, and major authors. Considers how we read, analyze, and write about literature from different critical perspectives. Specific genres, periods, and authors vary from semester to semester. Includes frequent, varied writing assignments. Required for all English majors.
Hager, Bromberg, Mercier.
- Course number: ENGL-210
- Credits: 4.00
- Academic Level: Undergraduate
- Currently Offered: Yes
- Course Type: Lecture
- ENGL-304 The Romantic Rebel
- ENGL-306 Victorian Lit and Culture
- ENGL-307 Jane Austen & Her Contemp.
- ENGL-308 The Postcolonial Novel
- ENGL-311 Victorian Children\'s Lit
- ENGL-312 Classic American Writers
- ENGL-313 Survey Lit for Chl & Yng Adlts
- ENGL-314 Invented Self in US Fiction
- ENGL-316 Native American Literature
- ENGL-317 Toni Morrison & American Lit
- ENGL-318 Dramatic Imagination in Amer
- ENGL-320 Amer Women\'s Poetry
- ENGL-321 Stdys/Shakespeare
- ENGL-323 Special Topics in Lit
- ENGL-325 Modern Irish Literature
- ENGL-326 Medieval & Renaissance Lit
- ENGL-327 Race & Gender Psychoanalytic
- ENGL-328 American Ghosts
- ENGL-331 Literary Boston
- ENGL-390 Seminar