ENGL2333
World Literature II

A survey of the major works of world writers from the Enlightenment to the Twenty-first Century. Emphasis will be placed on individual selections of literature as outstanding examples of literary masterpieces and on significant themes represented across the literature. Social, intellectual and historical developments will be examined to highlight literary development through the ages. The course employs critical reading, thinking and writing skills in the analysis of a wide variety of selected readings.

Pre-requisite(s): Completion of ENGL-1301 and ENGL-1302, or equivalent, with an earned course grade of "C" or above.