ENLE 200 - Literary Studies (WI)

ENLE 200 - Literary Studies (WI)

3.00 Cr
Required of all majors and minors in English, this course acquaints students with literature as both an academic discipline and an art by developing the analytical and critical skills required for more sophisticated readings of literary works. By studying the literary techniques of exemplary authors, students also discover ways in which attentive reading might stimulate and guide their own writing. Along with introducing students to the vocabulary and methods of reading literary works from psycho-analytic, feminist, historicist, reader-response, and other critical perspectives, the course provides training and practice in writing literary exposition.
Term: 
2020FA
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Bernardi, Debra
Morris, Jeffrey