You do not have to take these courses in sequence. They examine the tradition and innovation that has shaped British literature and culture over the centuries, devoting attention not only to "major authors" but also to authors writing against the established tradition. EP341 will examine works of Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, Pope, and others, while EP346 will focus on works by a range of authors including Wordsworth, Austen, Woolf, Joyce, and Yeats. An enriched understanding of the many strands of British Literature will also help us better to understand our own complicated literary history.
Course Catalog Details - EP341
Course Catalog Details - EP346
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