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ENG 5000. Practical Literary Criticism (3). This course offers the opportunity to research and study selected works of literature from a variety of contemporary theoretical approaches. It aims to increase students' ability to evaluate and apply these approaches. Required for M.A. students. Recommended for M.Ed. students.

ENG 5800. Readings in World Literature I (3).This course presents important works of literature of the world from beginnings to Enlightenment. This course establishes a historical perspective while seeking to encourage both comparative perspective and common ground among works from European tradition and several non-Western cultures.

ENG 5810. Readings in British Literature I (3).Readings emphasizing the historical development of British literature from a broad spectrum of representative works from Old English up to the Elizabethan period.

ENG 5820. Readings in British Literature II (3). Readings emphasizing the historical development of British literature from a broad spectrum of representative works from the Elizabethan period through the eighteenth century.

ENG 5830. Readings in American Literature I (3). Readings emphasizing the historical development of American literature from a broad spectrum of representative works, from beginnings through the Civil War.

ENG 5840. Readings in World Literature II (3).This course presents important works of literature of the world from the Enlightenment to the present. This course establishes a historical perspective while seeking to encourage both comparative perspective and common ground among works from European tradition and several non-Western cultures.

ENG 5850. Readings in British Literature III (3).Readings emphasizing the historical development of British Literature from a broad spectrum of representative works from the Romantic period through the present.

ENG 5860. Readings in American Literature II (3). Readings emphasizing the historical development of American Literature from a broad spectrum of representative works from the Civil War to the present.

 



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