LIT 3110 - British Literature: Beginning to Neoclassicism
Surveys major British writers from the Anglo-Saxon period through the eighteenth century. Students will study the major genres (poetry, drama, and fiction) and apply close reading strategies and critical literary theory to analyze texts. Students will explore various aspects of historical periods; understand how the assigned works reflect changing social, political, and religious thoughts of each period; and then compare themes from era to era. Must complete with a C or better.
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Prerequisite(s): COM 1020 , LIT 2050
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