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syllabus - Dr Pack/[email protected] ENG 326 Fall 2007/210...

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Dr. Pack/[email protected] Fall 2007/210 Davis Hall x2154 ENG 326 Office Hrs: MW2-4, F12-1 ENG 326 will explore the nature of romanticism in American Literature as it was influenced and shaped by European exploration, nationalism, cultural exchange, and the development of literature within and outside of ‘the canon.’ Emphasis will be placed on discussion, critical thinking, analysis, and research. Required Text : Transatlantic Romanticism Course Requirements: 1 Short Writing Assignment 35% 1 Major Paper 45% Participation 25% In order to receive a passing grade for the course you must complete all assignments and meet the participation requirements. Paper Assignments are due on assigned dates at the beginning of class. I do not take late papers. Participation Requirements: Participation is based on attendance, quizzes, completion of in-class assignments, active participation in class discussion and conduct. All criteria must be on point or you will not receive a passing participation grade. Absences : You have 3 excused absences for the semester. At 4 absences your grade will drop to a B. At 5 absences your grade will drop to a C. At 6 absences your grade will drop to a D. At 7 absences you will not receive a passing grade for the course. Your
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