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Approaches to Literature
4 sem. hrs. An introduction to the English major, 199 provides a grounding in the skills and questions basic to the study of literature: how to trace an image, how a novelist constructs a character, what a poet is doing with meter and rhyme, and how to make comparisons between different texts. Required for all English majors. Bergland, Bromberg, George, Hager, Leonard, Pei, Weaver, Wollman.
- Course number: ENGL-199
- Credits: 4.00
- Academic Level: Undergraduate
- Currently Offered: Yes
- Course Type: Lecture
- ENGL-200 Introduction to Theory
- ENGL-304 The Romantic Rebel
- ENGL-306 Victorian Lit and Culture
- ENGL-307 Jane Austen & Her Contemp.
- ENGL-308 The Postcolonial Novel
- ENGL-311 Victorian Children\'s Lit
- ENGL-312 Classic American Writers
- ENGL-313 Survey Lit for Chl & Yng Adlts
- ENGL-314 Invented Self in US Fiction
- ENGL-316 Native American Literature
- ENGL-317 Toni Morrison & American Lit
- ENGL-320 Amer Women\'s Poetry
- ENGL-321 Stdys/Shakespeare
- ENGL-323 Special Topics in Lit
- ENGL-326 Medieval & Renaissance Lit
- ENGL-328 American Ghosts
- ENGL-331 Literary Boston
- ENGL-342 18th Century Literature
- ENGL-390 Seminar