EGL 352 01 Fall 2010 syllabus - - -

EGL 352 01 Fall 2010 syllabus - - - - EGL 352: Shorter...

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EGL 352: Shorter Works by Joseph Conrad and Willa Cather Eric Haralson, 1108 Humanities: MW 10:10-10:40, 12:45-1:30, F 10:10-10:40; eharalson@notes.cc.sunysb.edu Course textbooks are available at both Stony Books and the University Bookstore. We will be conducting an in-depth survey of two major authors of the Modernist period, one “British”—Joseph Conrad—and one American—Willa Cather. These two writers form an “odd couple,” and in fact I paired them mainly because each is interesting in her/his own right and because an entire semester on any single author (no matter how interesting) seemed too stiff a dose. Nonetheless, we will undoubtedly find intriguing continuities and illuminating contrasts between the two writers as the course progresses. Course requirements : Each of you will serve on a panel of presenters, giving background on and initiating discussion of a story of your choosing. You will also be expected to participate in class discussions generally. You will write two 5-7 page papers , one on each of our authors, and I will work with you on revisions. Plagiarism will result in a trip to the Academic Judiciary, as well
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