Deepening of comparative reading and critical writing begun in 100. Specific topics, themes or genres as well as texts to vary from year to year. Designed to promote the 'practice' and encouragement of more sophisticated textual work, greater perception of literary issues, and clarity of writing.
Prerequisite: consent of instructor or Comparative Literature 100.
Also listed as: Also listed as English 326.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2012||Block 3||Practice in Comparison: New Comedy||Lisa Hughes||Armstrong Hall 235||25/16||05/18/2013|
|Fall 2013||Block 3||Practice in Comparison: The Novel as a Genre||Corinne Scheiner||TBA||25/19||05/17/2013|
|Fall 2013||Block 3||Practice in Comparison: The Novel as a Genre||Corinne Scheiner||TBA||25/19||05/18/2013|
|Spring 2014||Block 8||Practice in Comparison:||Lisa Hughes||TBA||25/25||02/26/2013|
|Spring 2014||Block 8||Issues in Renaissance Literature: Greek Myth and the Renaissance||Lisa Hughes||TBA||25/25||02/27/2013|