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ENGL 2600 World Literature I

This course is a study of representative literary works from various cultures from the dawn of literature to the late seventeenth century. The course includes texts from many cultures, but explores canonical western texts less than other, non-western texts. Course emphasizes applying critical thinking to literature, investigating cultural contexts, applying reasoned analysis, comparing themes and structures of different texts, research, and practicing academic conventions of literary discourse in writing. C-ID: ENGL 140. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.

Credits

3.00 Credits(s)

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: Successful completion in English 1500 with a grade of 'C' or better; 48 hours lecture

Distribution

English