ENGL3002: Modern Literary Criticism and Theory

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to contemporary literary criticism and theory. The goal is to provide you with a foundation in theory's terminologies, the different methodologies used in literary and cultural analysis, and a sense of the various schools of criticism that have developed in the postwar period. We will look at the ways that various texts perform as texts; they are not transparent or one dimensional, but rather open themselves to many different readings and styles of engagement.

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