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Studies in Narrative

english department

This course introduces students to questions that they might bring to the study of narrative works—primarily novels, tales, and non-fictional narratives, though it may also include drama, film, and narrative poems. It aims to introduce the various critical frames through which we construct interpretations. As part of the process of reading, students will be introduced to common critical terms; narrative genres, conventions, and discourses; the construction of the character and the ways of representing consciousness; and the ordering of narrative time. The course will also expose the student to the implications of taking critical positions.

Fall 2015    Course descriptions

ENGL2133.01 Studies in Narrative T TH 4:30
Ohi
ENGL2133.03 Studies in Narrative T Th 10:30
Bellows
ENGL2133.05 Studies in Narrative M W F 1 Rudner

Spring 2016  

ENGL2133.02 Studies in Narrative M W F 1
Restuccia
ENGL2133.04 Studies in Narrative M W F 12
Stanton
ENGL2133.06 Studies in Narrative T TH 12
Hunt
ENGL2133.08 Studies in Narrative M W F 10 Kaplan-Maxfield
ENGL2133.10 Studies in Narrative T TH 10:30
Reznick