Intro to College English
This course includes both critical reading and creative writing. The emphasis is on close-reading and literary analysis skills, with a focus on particular topics, themes, or literary genres. Students will respond to literary texts through critical analysis and through original creative writing by way of imitation, rewriting, and reinterpretation.
Faculty: Anna D Schur
Times: 2:00PM‑3:45PM (TR)
Start/End Date: 08/28/23 - 12/15/23
Instruction Method: Lecture-based Learning
Comments: In this course, we will read (mostly) short fiction about allshades of romantic love: happy and unhappy, gay and straight,unrequited and unconfessed, pure and tainted. The texts will bedrawn from the English, American, and Russian traditions and spanthe period from the early 19th century to the late 20the century.How do love and intimacy find literary expression in prosefiction? How do these representations vary across historicalperiods and cultural spaces? How do they resemble one anotherdespite the historical and cultural differences? In answeringthese questions, we will pay particular attention to howintersections of sexuality, class, race, gender and nation impactrepresentations of romantic love.
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