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World Literature English 2110/11 11:00-1:45/Room 072 English Bldg. Kennesaw State University Summer Semester 2011 Professor: Dr. Khalil Elayan Office: English Bldg. #077 Office Hours: T/Th 10:30-11:00pm; 4:45-6:00pm Email: [email protected] Course Description: This is obviously an introduction to World Literature and we cannot read everything. We will analyze and read as much fiction and poetry as possible this semester, as well as becoming acquainted with the epic form. Our readings will not be restricted to one country or continent but rather, a worldview will be the objective. Most of what we will read was not originally written in English, so we will deal with translations. It is important that you keep up with your readings and have some knowledge of the basic plot and action; we will work on understanding literary concepts/themes together. Read. Read. Read. And come to class prepared. Texts: Online and WebCT readings (You don’t have to purchase these) : Poems from Ancient Egypt, The Tao
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