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Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Even if I didn't recommend this course, it wouldn't matter because it is required. All jokes aside, the professor is so amazing and is willing to go out of her way to help you succeed and learn. She doesn't set you up for failure ever. She does grade hard, but that's only because she wants to see you work hard and strive for better. I could recommend hundreds of courses, but at the end of the day it's the professor who makes it engaging and real. It's their drive to teach students that will attract the course.
There are multiple highlights about this course that I could probably go on and on about. One of the main highlights would be the amount of feedback she gives you on assignments (Again she likes to set you up to succeed). She truly takes into consideration the time and effort you put into your homework and gives you a significant amount of feedback that will help you for future assignments. Another highlight would be the context she uses as she teaches. She doesn't make you write essays on Shakespeare or other movements that are hard to understand. She assigns essays on material that is very modern, so modern that my friends from other schools could not believe I was assigned to this material. She turns modern movies, music, and books into surreal English masterpieces that have been left un-analyzed and once you finish analyzing this material, you will never see the world the same again (In a good and amazing way).
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I would say never procrastinate because I can guarantee you that you will never be able to pull a "I'll do the homework in the morning" bit. You have to take the time to sit down and really focus on the work and it's purpose because it is important. Trust me she never assigns any readings or homework that will be put to no use. It will always be used.