218 BRITISH LITERATURE OF THE VICTORIAN PERIOD 3 C or better in ENG 100 or cons

218 british literature of the victorian period 3 c or

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218 BRITISH LITERATURE OF THE VICTORIAN PERIOD 3 C or better in ENG 100 or cons dept chair req. Emphasis on major British poetry, prose and/or drama with appropriate attention given to noncanonical authors. 219 CONTEMPORARY BRITISH LITERATURE 3 C or better in ENG 100 or cons dept chair req. Significant texts from Britain and its former colonies with attention to recent and contemporary trends in thought and expression. 222 SHAKESPEARE 3 C or better in ENG 100 or cons dept chair req. For- merly SHAKESPEARE'S EARLIER WORKS. Selected readings with emphasis on the relationship between the author, the text, and the larger culture. 229 INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY GENRES OC-H 3 F,S ENG 101; COM 110 req; MC-LH category req. Not for cr maj/min. Formal and historical study of literary genres—poetry, drama, prose narrative—as structures of knowledge. 231 AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1607-1830 3 C or better in ENG 100 or cons dept chair req. Colonial American writers from the beginnings of American literature through the early national period. 232 AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1830-1870 3 C or better in ENG 100 or cons dept chair req. Main figures and movements of mid-19th century Ameri- can literature. 233 AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1870-1920 3 C or better in ENG 100 or cons dept chair req. Major trends in American literature from the Reconstruction Era and Indian Wars period until World War I. 234 AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1920-1945 3 C or better in ENG 100 or cons dept chair req. Trends in American literature between the World Wars. 236 AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1945-PRESENT 3 C or better in ENG 100 or cons dept chair req. Present-day trends in American literature. 241 GROWTH AND STRUCTURE OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE 3 F,S An introduction to the history of English designed to help students understand language change and the state of con- temporary English. 243 TRADITIONAL AND NON-TRADITIONAL GRAMMARS 3 F,S Various grammatical descriptions of English: traditional, structural, and transformational generative systems. 244 APPLIED GRAMMAR AND USAGE FOR WRITERS 3 ENG 100 or 145 req. Traditional, structural, and transformational grammars applied to needs of writers. Choosing among alternative grammatical strategies. Usage; semantics of punctuation. Revising. 245 SEMANTICS 3 F,S The nature of meaning and the functions of language. 246 ADVANCED EXPOSITION 3 ENG 100 or 145 req. Extensive writing of essays developed in greater depth and sophistication in subject matter than those written in previ- ous writing courses. Computer-assisted. 247 CREATIVE WRITING 3 F,S Opportunity for creative writing of various kinds, such as narrative, drama, and verse, determined largely by each student’s individual interest. 248 LEGAL WRITING 3 S ENG 101 req. Advanced writing course for prelaw students. 249 TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL WRITING I 3 F,S ENG 101 req. Materials charge optional. Introduction to technical and professional writing. Includes study of manuals, reports, proposals, audience analysis, for- matting, and style.
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