of American Literature to 1860 3, a study of the major authors of the romantic movement in American writing. . 317 Southern Literature 3 A course which gives students an overview of the rich literature, unique culture and regional traditions of the South. Credits are neither computed in grade point average nor used to satisfy graduation requirements. The student will be under the direct supervision of the Director of the Learning Center and will confer regularly with a faculty member in the Department of English. . 421 Teaching Composition 3 A course focusing on techniques of teaching and evaluating expository writing (including research writing). . Types of writing include poetry, essay, and the short story. . The evolution of the novel from earlier types of fiction, its development, variety, and usual features from 1740 to 1900. .
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Includes some critical study of prose fiction. . Write an essay that explains (an expository essay) the qualities of unity, coherence, and clarity. Regular performance in an informal atmosphere with constructive criticism by the instructor and fellow students makes up a major part of the course. Students will use a variety of readings from important literature written in English to examine how readers might interpret them through different critical perspectives. . 439 Literary Criticism, Analysis, and Interpretation 3 Literary Criticism, Analysis, and Interpretation, will survey the important types of literary criticism practiced during the 20th and 21st centuries with some attention to earlier modes of criticism and the historical development of literary criticism in the Western. Prerequisites: ENG 111, 112, and one other literature course. . Prerequisites: ENG 111, 112, and one other literature course. .