ENGL 2120 Reading Literature: Essential Skills (3,0,0)

Credits: 3 credits
Delivery: Campus

Students from all disciplines, and especially English Majors, develop advanced reading and writing skills as well as practical tools for success in writing and literature courses. Students learn greater appreciation for the language of literature and practice close reading skills as well as analysis of the historical, political, and cultural dimensions of works from three genres: poetry, drama, and fiction. In addition, students explore diverse critical approaches to the study of literature.
Prerequisite: C (or better) in two first-year Academic English courses, or instructor's written consent
Note: This course is recommended for English majors
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