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World Literature Enlightenment to Present

World Literature Program Requirements

History of World Literature

ENG 1310

Summary of Literature (L)

(complete this program the very first year)

This program asks students to think about and apply the range of formal methods through which accomplished visitors interpret, appraise, and appreciate fiction, poetry, and drama. British majors should complete this program their newbie.

ENG 2010

Expository and Argumentative Writing

Mainly worried about writing that describes or elaborates and writing that persuades, this program develops upon the building blocks laid by ENG 1061.Further emphasis is offered grammar and mechanics, development and elegance, with particular attention compensated the abilities of critical thinking and also the methods of persuasion. British majors must complete this program their 1st or 2nd year.

ENG 2161

World Literature through Renaissance (L)

This program looks into salient texts from a number of different cultures, many of which are based on each other by origin or influence. The booklist changes every time the program is provided, and texts are selected for that contributions they are able to make to students' understanding of world literature and skill to contextualize the occasions, texts, and persons of present day world. Recent choices have incorporated Plato's Symposium, the Bhagavad Gita, the Quran, Poems of Rumi, and Dante's Paradiso.

ENG 2162

World Literature from Enlightenment (L)

Within the books, poetry, and essays read with this course, the main religious traditions confront modernity. One of the changes that these texts respond are: the voyages of exploration and discovery, the religious warfare that shook Europe within the seventeenth century, the Enlightenment and it is violent triumph within the French Revolution, and also the modern experience with world war.

ENG 2271

British Literature: Anglo-Saxons to 1700s (L)

This program introduces the main authors, genres, and motifs of British literature from the beginning towards the finish from the neoclassical period. An array of materials is presented, from the introduction of the British language and it is Anglo-Saxon base to genuinely...

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