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2017-2018 Catalog

ENG 206 Literary History

How is literary history constructed? What is the canon of great works and how is it formed? This course inquires into the specific cultural practices that construct literature and engages students in an exploration of canon formation, marginalization, intertextuality, and influence. Readings are chosen from British, American, and Anglophone literatures and from various genres; texts from at least three literary periods are studied in depth. [H]

Prerequisite

Any introductory English Department course (101-199) or AP credit or permission of instructor.

Instructor

Staff