△ ENG 390 - Literary Criticism: Theory and Practice
Following students’ introduction to literary-critical methodologies in ◆ ENG 290 - Literary Studies and coinciding with students’ exercise of those approaches in various upper-division classes, this course covers-through readings in and about 20th century literary theory and criticism-major figures, ideas, and movements from New Criticism to the present. In this reading- and writing-intensive course, students produce papers that, from defined critical perspectives, interpret literary works by applying theoretical paradigms. Prerequisite: ◆ ENG 290 - Literary Studies. Grade only.