ENG 201 0500 - Introduction to Literature
This course is a continuation of English 101. It helps the student develop the ability to write longer expository essays. Students continue to focus on the writing process as they are introduced to literary genres such as the short story, play, poem or novel. These help the student develop some awareness of literary form and provide the basis for continued exposition. Students are expected to complete a research project that involves library research, documentation, and the use of source material in a thesis-centered essay.
Prerequisite: ENG 101
Course Credit: 03
Lab Hours: 0HRS.
Professor Margaret Pamplin
Special Instructions and Information:
Orientation will be held on May 28 for both Summer I and Summer II English 201 classes and for English 391 and 392.
Summer I, English 201-0501 and Summer II, Eng. 201-0500: May 28, 11 a.m.
Summer I, English 392-0500: May 28, 1 p.m.
Summer II, Eng. 391-0500: May 28, 2:30 p.m.
Any student who cannot attend these orientation sessions should contact me BY MAY 23 to schedule a special orientation with me via Skype or other live mode.
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org or text 917-705-3556
1) True Grit by Charles Portis Publisher: Overlook Juvenile ISBN-13: 978-1468301250
· 2) Antigone By Sophocles (Author), Reginald Gibbons (Translator), Charles Segal (Translator) ISBN-13: 978-0195143102
· 3) The Odyssey of Homer Homer (Author), Richmond Lattimore (Translator) ISBN-13: 978-0061244186
4) The Giant Book of Poetry William Roetzheim (Author, Editor) Level 4 Press, Inc.; 2 edition (April 11, 2014) ISBN-13: 978-1933769660