ENLT 303 - Medieval English Literature

ENLT 303 - Medieval English Literature

3.00 Cr
Arts & Letters-Literature. A study of literature written in Britain during the Old English period (8th century to 1066) and Middle English period (1066 to 1485), key periods in the formation of English language and culture. Principal genres include epic and lyric poetry, romance, tale, and drama. Representative works include the epic Beowulf, the mystery and morality plays, Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, Margery Kempe's autobiography, and Arthurian romances.
Term: 
2020FA
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Graham, Loren