ENG 391 5000 - World Literature I

This course presents a global approach to literature by introducing prose, poetry and drama representative of different world cultures and historical periods, from antiquity to the early modern era. Students engage in close readings of individual texts and contextual/comparative analyses. Written and spoken activities are designed to enhance students' appreciation of literature and their awareness of the ways it arises from, shapes and reflects the world's cultures.

Course Credit: 3


Professor Margaret Pamplin

Special Instructions and Information:

This is a hybrid course that meets every Tuesday from 11am to 12:40pm in F1004.