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    Feb 23, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    I recommend taking this class if you have a love for literature and writing essays. Professor Wolfgang is a truly amazing person and was there for me during the times that I struggled with this class. It wasn't very often that I struggled, however knowing that she'd reply to my questions as quickly as possible, made my learning process for this class easier.

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    I learned to write my essays more thoroughly during this course and although Professor Wolfgang doesn't nit-pick, she is strict and makes sure your essays have structures. If you make a mistake, she will be sure to point it out in great detail so that you can fix it. All in all, this course made me rediscover my passion for literature and taught me to look at it in a different perspective, to analyze it, and to better understand symbolism and metaphors. Another thing I learned from this course is team work. We had two group projects, during different times of the week, and I found that my classmates were very helpful in helping complete the project. We each chose one area of our project to focus on, and once we had our parts completed, we combined them into one and thus came out her project.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    Once you start this course, my advice is to read the book, read the syllabus and also use all the resources made available to you during the time of the course. If you have any questions, just contact the professor and you will usually hear from her within the next day. Read the stories you are assigned thoroughly and think outside the box. This course requires some critical thinking.

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