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Northwest 2005-2008
Graduate Studies Bulletin

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ENG G500 Introduction to the English Language  (4 cr.) An introduction to the English language: its nature, structure, and development. (Fall or Spring)

ENG G552 Linguistics and the Teaching of English (4 cr.) Topics in applied English linguistics, intended for English teachers at all levels. (Fall, Spring, Summer I)

ENG L553 Studies in Literature (1-3 cr.) Especially for secondary school teachers of English. Critical evaluation of poems, short stories, a major novel, and some major plays. (Fall or Spring)

ENG L612 Chaucer (4 cr.) Critical analysis of the Canterbury Tales, Troilus and Criseyde, and selected shorter poems. (Fall or Spring)

ENG L620 Studies in English Literature 1500-1660 (4 cr.) Intensive study of one writer, a group of writers, or a theme or form significant to the period. May be repeated once for credit. (Occasionally)

ENG L623 English Drama from the 1590s to 1800, Exclusive of Shakespeare (4 cr.) P: familiarity with six plays of Shakespeare. (Occasionally)

ENG L625 Shakespeare (4 cr.) Critical analysis of selected texts. (Fall or Spring)

ENG L631 English Literature: 1660-1790 (4 cr.) Extensive reading in poetry and nonfictional prose. (Occasionally)

ENG L639 English Fiction to 1800 (4 cr.) (Occasionally)

ENG L642 Studies in Romantic Literature (4 cr.) Study of one writer, a group of writers, or a theme or form significant to the period. May be repeated once for credit. (Occasionally)

ENG L645 English Fiction 1800-1900 (4 cr.) (Occasionally)

ENG L647 Studies in Victorian Literature (4 cr.) Study of one writer, a group of writers, or a theme or form significant to the period. May be repeated once for credit. (Fall or Spring)

ENG L649 British Literature since 1900 (4 cr.) Extensive reading in all genres. (Fall or Spring)

ENG L653 American Literature, 1800-1900 (4 cr.) Intensive historical and critical study of all genres from Washington Irving through Frank Norris. (Fall or Spring)

ENG L655 American Literature since 1900 (4 cr.) Intensive historical and critical study of all genres from Theodore Dreiser to the present. (Fall or Spring)

ENG L660 Studies in British and American Literature, 1900 to the Present (4 cr.) Intensive study of one writer, a group of writers, or a theme or form significant to the period. May be repeated once for credit. (Fall or Spring)

ENG L666 Survey of Children’s Literature (4 cr.) A survey of literature written for children and adolescents from the medieval period to the present. (Fall, Spring, Summer I)

ENG L672 Modern American Drama (4 cr.) (Occasionally)

ENG W553 Theory and Practice of Exposition (4 cr.) Especially for secondary school teachers of English. Writing analysis or exposition: resources of the writer’s “voice,” of logical structure, and of language as instrument. (Occasionally)

ENG W611 Writing Fiction I (4 cr.) May be repeated once for credit. (Fall or Spring)

ENG W613 Writing Poetry I (4 cr.) Writing poetry. May be repeated once for credit. (Fall or Spring)

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