Fall 2011 Syllabus ENG110

Fall 2011 Syllabus ENG110 - Course English 110 section 14...

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Course : English 110, section 14 Location : Swan Hall 205 Instructor : Sarah Maitland E-mail : [email protected] Office Hours : Thursday 8-9am Office # : Swan 208E Course Description: Innocence and Evil Welcome to English 110. The object of this class is to explore literature through a variety of forms. Over the course of the semester we will read a couple of short stories, two novels, a play, and several poems. This literature is from a number of literary periods but is united, generally, by genre and theme. The stories, the novels, the play, and the poems all explore issues of innocence and evil, often through mystery. We will explore these works in conversation with each other, thinking about the ways they complicate the relationship between innocence and evil. We will also consider the historical contexts of these works, examining and attempting to account for the similarities and differences in how they address our chosen theme.
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