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|ENG 231 - Global Literature: Perspectives Across Periods and Locations|
A broad survey, exploring multiple perspectives. Traces enduring themes (such as the individual, ecology, virtue, or conspiracy) or forms (such as the novel) across a range of literary periods and cultural locations. In addition to exposing students to a diverse range of perspectives, this course is intended to strengthen analytical skills and to improve expository writing ability. Note: Each section of ENG 231 emphasizes a slightly different theme; a list of section themes is available in the main office of the Department of English and Foreign Languages. Satisfies humanities general education requirement for 3 hours in literature or 3 hours in humanities. Prerequisite(s): ENG 102 (or 104). Students must complete ENG 231 (or 233) and 232 (or 234) before enrolling in any English course numbered 301 or above, with the exceptions of ENG 361 and 408. A student may not receive credit for both ENG 231 and 233.
3.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Hybrid, Lecture, Online
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English and Foreign Languages Department
GenEd - Literature
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