Listed in: English, as ENGL-240
Formerly listed as: ENGL-12
A first course in the critical reading of selected English-language poets, which gives students exposure to significant poets, poetic styles, and literary and cultural contexts for poetry from across the tradition. Attention will be given to prosody and poetic forms, and to different ways of reading poems.
For the online section to be taught by Professor Worsley: The majority of this course will revolve around online discussion in various formats, though there will be opportunities for visits to museums and archives in smaller groups. Students will receive feedback on their writing in individual meetings.
Each section limited to 18 students. Spring semester. Section 01: Professor Emeritus Sofield. Section 02, online only: Professor Worsley.
If Overenrolled: In the case of over-enrollment, instructors will seek to balance the class in terms of majors, class year, gender, and background.