Oct 31, 2020
ENGL 213 - Survey of British Literature I
(HUMD, GEIR, GEEL)
A survey of British literature, including prose, poetry, and drama, from its beginnings circa the 9th century through the mid-18th century. Representative works of major authors are studied in their literary, historical, and sociopolitical contexts. The course introduces recurrent themes in the scope of British literature and culture. Students read, analyze, and respond critically to texts in class discussions, examinations, and essays. PREREQUISITE(S): A grade of C or better in ENGL 101 or ENGL 101A or consent of department. Three hours lecture/discussion each week. Formerly EN 213.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Identify the characteristics of British literary traditions, authors, genres and themes from the 9th century through the mid-18th century.
- Apply various literary terms to discuss, interpret, and analyze representative texts.
- Respond to, explicate, analyze, and evaluate literary texts.
- Express well supported opinions of texts and use a style appropriate for academic discourse using formal writing of three pages or more.
- Understand and apply the political, socio-cultural or historical contexts of British literature from the 9th century through the mid-18th century.
- Synthesize connections between individual texts and a variety of literary interpretations, including secondary critical texts.
- Cite sources in essays using standard documentation procedures.
- Utilize technology in assignments.
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