ENLT 215 - Introduction to Literature

ENLT 215 - Introduction to Literature

3.00 Cr
This course will introduce students to the basic reading and analytical skills needed to understand and appreciate literature. Students will become familiar with reading different literary genres (prose, poetry, and drama) and learn to use basic terms and techniques of literary analysis. They will develop multiple interpretations and responses to literary texts and support their interpretation and responses with textual evidence, both in discussions and writing. Also, they will discover how texts communicate cultural values and ideas through a variety of approaches to the reading and appreciation of literature. Offerings each semester range from an overview of literature through conventional genres to exploration of a limited historical period or topic in literature.
Term: 
2020FA
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Bernardi, Debra
Graham, Loren
Morris, Jeffrey
Satre, Kay
Stewart, Kevin