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Interpreting Literature - EnglishCourse ID: UCLR 100E
School:Arts and Sciences, College of
Credit Hours: 3
Course DescriptionUCLR 100E-001 #1702 is an ONLINE class. This is a foundational course that explores a variety of critical approaches to the analysis and interpretation of literature. In particular, we will be looking at the concepts of vulnerability and death and dying. We will discuss how these concepts are depicted in a number of different poems, plays and short stories. These topics are often difficult topics to discuss and yet, they are inevitable realities in each of our lives. Thus, we will use texts, by a number of different American authors such as Mary Oliver, Annie Proulx, Moises Kaufman, Essex Hemphill and more. The method of assessment will include classroom participation, asynchronous writings, and a final.
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