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Interpreting Literature--Classical StudiesCourse ID: UCLR 100C
School:Arts and Sciences, College of
Program: Classical Studies
Credit Hours: 3
Course DescriptionThe foundational course of literary studies requires students to read closely and analyze carefully a representative variety of prose, poetry, and drama, master key literary and critical terms, and explore a variety of core critical approaches to the analysis and interpretation of literature. Sections taught by faculty in the Department of Classical Studies focus on the literature of the Greek and Roman worlds in English translation. Readings will include selections from Homer’s Odyssey, Greek tragedy, speeches of Cicero, and the letters of Pliny the Younger.
On-campus class section: On-campus classes will be instructed only in the physical classroom. Students must attend in person. Faculty and students in these classes will follow health guidelines and contingency plans should an individual be exposed or experience Covid -19.
Please register for this section ONLY if you plan to attend in person on campus.
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