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EGL 3713 Literary Theory

Three hours
A study of the primary texts of literary criticism and aesthetics from Plato to the recent theorists, including Greenblatt, Derrida, Fish, and Foucault. Focuses on developing knowledge and application of the various ideas from the different schools of thought. A scholarly project -class presentation and paper- involving application of theories is required. Meets The Arts and Humanities requirement of the Core Curriculum.

Prerequisites: EGL 1013 , EGL 1023 , and one upper-level literature course
Prerequisite or corequisite: POL 3003  or RPH 2103  
Offered fall semester (odd-numbered years)