Apr 16, 2024  
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ENG 209 - WE/Dialogues with Literature


Students majoring in English will learn skills such as: engaging the discourse of larger reading communities by utilizing critical frameworks and literary scholarship to inform, deepen, and clarify their own literary interpretations; applying critical and theoretical methods used by contemporary literary scholars; considering the role of aesthetic, geographic, and historical contexts in the study of literary texts; developing their ability to find secondary sources relevant to the study of diverse texts; gaining proficiency in integrating sources effectively into their own prose (including the use of current MLA style); and revising and editing their work based on peer and faculty feedback. Course readings will include multiple forms and genres. Students majoring in English should enroll in this course as soon as possible and no later than the end of their sophomore year or, for transfer students, their second semester at Truman.

Credit(s): 3
Course Attribute(s):
  • This is a writing-enhanced course.



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