EN245
British Literary Tradition I
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

Introduces students to some of the significant literary works and the principal historical periods of British Literature, dating from the eighth century up to the Romantic Period (circa 1800). Students learn to situate literary works within their historical contexts and to trace patterns of influence and ideas across various periods. The course also introduces students to some of the important forms of literature, e.g., epic, lyric, tragedy, satire. Possible authors for study include Chaucer, Shakespeare, Donne, Milton, Pope, Defoe, and Austen.

Additional Course Information
Exclusions
EN122*, EN244*.
 

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate Academic Planning Committee May 1, 2018: EN245 Description revised; effective September 1, 2018.