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ENGL 2750 British Literature 2

This course is a study of selected works of British literature from the late eighteenth century to contemporary British texts. The course covers writers of the Romantic Period, the Victorian Period, and selected moderns. This is a writing intensive class, which includes writing three analytical argument essays of 4-6 pages, in-class analytical writing, quizzes on the material, and a final exam. Course emphasizes investigating historical and cultural contexts, applying reasoned analysis, and comparing themes and structures of different texts. C-ID: ENGL 165. Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.


3.00 Credits(s)


Prerequisite: Successful completion of English 1500 with a grade of `C? or better; 48 hours lecture (96 outside of class hours) 3 units