Pretty easy, overall.
This class is an Honors Seminar that is very interesting (if you're interested in reading mysteries), and also doesn't take up a lot of time outside of class. It is good for keeping up writing skills, and submitted papers can be revised at any time until the end of the course. There is an even mix of pre-med students and English majors taking the course.
This course focuses on how and why mystery writers write the way they do, specifically in the Victorian era. You will leave the class with a weird collection of knowledge about the Victorian era, and you will have read some fascinating, classic short stories that are rarely read in schools anymore.
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Advice for students:
Do read everything that is assigned. Not only is it interesting, but class time is mostly based on discussion. Bring reading materials to class or bring notes with some quotes listed.