EN240
Critical Reading and Writing
0.5 Credit

Introduces students to the theoretical principles and practical methodologies that promote critical reading and writing in a literary context. Drawing on the rich theoretical heritage of "close reading" as analysis students are taught not only how but why to engage texts more slowly, thoroughly, and deliberately, with a view to developing a practice of scholarly writing that grows from such careful reading strategies.

Additional Course Information
Exclusions
EN110.
Notes
36 lecture/discussion hours/term