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ENGL 220 - British Literature to 1798

3 Credit: (3 lecture, 0 lab, 0 clinical) 3 Contact Hours: [Reading Level 3  and Writing Level 3 ]


This course surveys major authors and works of British literature from the old English period to the late 18th Century.
OFFERED: odd-year fall semesters

Course Goals/ Objectives/ Competencies:
Goal 1:  Relate thematic concerns of literary texts to their cultural and historical contexts.

  1. Students will explain the effect of cultural and historical context on the themes, content and style of literary texts.

Goal 2:  Analyze thematic and stylistic characteristics of works studied.

  1. Apply appropriate terminology when analyzing literary works.

Goal 3:  Recognize characteristics of the English language in Old English, Middle English and Modern English periods.

  1. Describe characteristics of the English language in Old English, Middle English and Modern English periods.

Goal 4:  Document conclusions they draw in written responses to literary works studied.

  1. Students will employ standard research and research-writing methodology when writing literary research papers.



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