Topics in Literary Classics
This course examines the creative process by which literature is produced and critically analyzes the texts of a group of key works considered to be significant in and of themselves and to reflect the ideas and literary trends of their time. Students will learn critical terminology and major theories of literary criticism and will apply them to close reading and discussion of complete works and substantial selections. The course, designed for the Honors Concentration in Humanities/Social Sciences, is open to all qualified students.
PR: ENG 124 or HON 124 and permission of instructor or chair of Department of Humanities and Social Sciences based upon recommendation of prior English instructor