This course is an advanced seminar that takes the form of a single author study or comparative analysis of canonical authors. Students will study the complete works of an author including non-literary writing, such as criticism, journals, letters, religious and political tracts. Special emphasis will be placed on situating authors within their historical, social, and ideological contexts. See the Department of English website for the focus of the course in a specific term.
15 upper level credits including one 300-level English course