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English: Literature Fall 2017
LIT 1 - Introduction to Literature
Surveys major texts, genres, traditions, themes and motifs, and critical problems central to the study of literature and literary history. Readings reflect diversity in genre, historical period, and cultural expression.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: None T Th9:30AM - 10:45roomA 213 R. KaminskysubjectDetails
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LIT 20 - Survey of British Literature to 1776
An introductory survey of English literature from the pre-Norman period to the American Revolution.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: None T Th12:30PM - 1:45roomA 204 D. deRouletsubjectDetails
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LIT 22 - American Literature to Twain
Examines the genesis of American literary traditions from encounter narratives through American Romanticism.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: None T Th9:00AM - 10:15roomA 204 K. RyalssubjectDetails
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LIT 30 - Introduction to the Novel
Units: 3
Explores the history, variations, flexibility, and limitations of the novel as a literary genre. Students read and discuss a variety of major novels, classic to contemporary.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: NoneM W11:00AM - 12:15roomB 106 E. LiusubjectDetails
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LIT 45 - Women in Literature
Units: 3
Examines the work of selected women writers from various historical periods and cultures to include major themes, distinctive forms and language. Emphasis is on the participation of women in traditional and nontraditional literature.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: None T Th11:00AM - 12:15roomA 213 V. ShanksubjectDetails
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LIT 48 - Film and Literature
Units: 3
This course analyzes films adapted from literary texts and the texts from which they have been adapted. Students explore the complex relationship between the two mediums and how the literary source is translated to the film form. Also listed as HUM 74; credit in either area, not both.
eventFull term: 8/21/2017 to 12/20/2017
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Open Seats: None Th7:00PM - 9:50roomA 205 A. HarringtonsubjectDetails
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