ENGL 2213 - World Literature I
This is a survey course that acquaints students with outstanding works from the ancient world through the Medieval Period and into the Renaissance that have had a wide appeal outside the countries in which they originated. Students are also introduced to various ways of approaching literature, including the mythological and archetypal approach, the historical and biographical approach, and the formalistic approach. Lecture 3 hours per week.
Honors section available. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1023 with a “C” or higher or permission of instructor; 2213 is not prerequisite for ENGL 2223 . (ACTS Department/Number/Title - ENGL 2113 World Literature I)
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