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English (Literature) Spring 2013

ENG 15A - SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1620-1860
Units: 3
Emphasizes major ideas, authors, and forms in American literature during this period.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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7:00PM - 9:50

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location_onLRC 108

personM. STACHENFELD

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ENG 15B - SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1860-CONTEMPORARY
Units: 3
Emphasizes major ideas, authors, and forms in American literature during this period.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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9:00AM - 10:15

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location_onBGS 355

personB. STEVENSON

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ENG 17A - SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE: BEOWULF TO ROMANTIC MOVEMENT
Units: 3
Covers masterpieces of English literature from the beginning through the 18th century.
eventFirst eight weeks: 1/22/2013 to 3/24/2013

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4:00PM - 6:45

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location_onBGS 244

personJ. HEDGECOCK

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ENG 17B - SURVEY OF ENGLISH LIT: ROMANTIC MOVEMENT TO THE PRESENT
Units: 3
Covers masterpieces of Romantic, Victorian, Modern and Post-Modern English literature during this period.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

M W

12:00PM - 1:15

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location_onLRC 108

personB. GILMAN

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ENG 18 - SHAKESPEARE: THE TRAGEDIES
Units: 3
An in-depth study of representative plays and criticism, illustrating Shakespeare's mastery of poetic and theatrical techniques of psychological portraiture within the framework of the genre of English Renaissance tragedy.
eventSecond eight weeks: 3/25/2013 to 5/23/2013

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ENGLAND
(Off Campus)

personJ. HEDGECOCK

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descriptionTicket # 12025 is only for students participating in the Oxford Study Abroad Program in Oxford, England.

ENG 20 - SHAKESPEARE: THE HISTORIES
Units: 3
A study of Shakespeare's history plays set against their relevant historical backgrounds, together with an exploration of Shakespeare's purpose in converting history into drama.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

T Th

12:00PM - 1:15

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location_onBGS 353

personG. LUKE

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T Th

12:00PM - 1:15

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location_onBGS 353

personG. LUKE

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descriptionTkt # 13130D is an Honors Program Course. For more information email schonorsprogram@saddleback.edu.

ENG 21B - WORLD LITERATURE: 17TH CENTURY TO MODERN PERIOD
Units: 3
A survey of masterpieces of western and non-western literature.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

M W

10:30AM - 11:45

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location_onBGS 355

personB. COSGROVE

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ENG 24 - ETHNIC VOICES IN LITERATURE: THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
Units: 3
Examines works of African-American, Native-American, Arab-American, Asian-American, and Latino/Hispanic authors. Focuses on American experience, self and family, self and religion, self and culture.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

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4:00PM - 6:50

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location_onLRC 108

personB. MYHREN

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ENG 25 - INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE
Units: 3
Introduction to major themes and authors of literature, focusing on fiction, poetry, and drama.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

T Th

9:00AM - 10:15

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location_onLRC 108

personM. CHANNING

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ENG 27A - INTRODUCTION TO THE NOVEL
Units: 3
A course surveying American, British, French, and Russian novels emphasizing form, content, philosophical and historical perspectives and criticism.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

M W

1:30PM - 2:45

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location_onLRC 118

personJ. HEDGECOCK

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descriptionTicket # 12235 is only for students participating in the Oxford Study Abroad Program. The class will meet at Saddleback 1/22 - 3/24 and in Oxford, England from 3/25 - 5/23.

ENG 44 - CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY
Units: 3
A study of Greek and Roman myths and legends, emphasizing their historical sources as well as their impact on modern thought.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

M W

7:30AM - 8:45

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location_onLRC 108

personB. COSGROVE

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ENG 52 - THE FILM AS LITERATURE
Units: 3
Examines foreign and domestic film as a literary art form focusing on the analysis of filming techniques that convey standard literary conventions to an audience.
eventFull term: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013

W

6:00PM - 8:50

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location_onBGS 328

personJ. BECKHAM

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ENG 142 - CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
Units: 3
Covers basic information about children's cognitive development, the history of children's literature, the types of literature available for children from pre-school to junior high age, major authors and illustrators of children's books.
eventMeets from: 1/22/2013 to 5/23/2013
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7:00PM - 10:00
 
 

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location_onLRC 108

personR. BANGERTER
personL. MORRIS FRESHWATER
personB. HOIDA MULHOLLAND

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