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ENG 151

Literature and Interpretation

This course provides a foundation for advanced literary study, as well as skills useful in other disciplines. Through an exploration of varied works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and film, this course sharpens students' abilities to read texts analytically and introduces them to the terms and strategies employed in contemporary critical discourse.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
Arts and Humanities 1 course

Current Semester Information

David Alvarez

151A: Lit and Interpretation


Wayne Glausser

151B: Lit and Interpretation


Amity Reading

151C: Lit and Interpretation


Karin Wimbley

151D: Lit and Interpretation


Christopher Wells

151E: Lit and Interpretation