ENGL 071

(0) REMEDIAL PRE-COLLEGE ENGLISH. For ESL students who are not ready for ENGL 091.

ENGL 081

(0) REMEDIAL PRE-COLLEGE ENGLISH. For ESL students who are not ready for ENGL 091.

ENGL 091

(0) PRE-COLLEGE ENGLISH. For advanced ESL students and others who need to upgrade high school English.

ENGL 092

(0) PRE-COLLEGE ENGLISH. For advanced ESL students and others who need to upgrade high school English.

ENGL 100

(3) READING AND WRITING OF PROSE. Principles and practice of writing clear and effective sentences, paragraphs, and essays; selected readings.

ENGL 110

(3) INTRODUCTION TO POETRY AND THE SHORT STORY. Exploration of selected 20th-century poetry and short stories: classroom presentation and essays.

ENGL 120

(3) INTRODUCTION TO LONGER FICTION. Study of some themes and techniques in the modern novel; discussion and essays on literary topics.

ENGL 200

(3) LITERATURE SURVEY TO 17th CENTURY. Language-history, Logic; Literary selections, from Cynewulf to Donne.

ENGL 201

(3) LITERATURE SURVEY FROM 18th CENTURY. Literary selections, Pope to Eliot, omitting drama.

ENGL 303

(3) SHAKESPEARE. Six plays; the sonnets.

ENGL 304

(3) THE TWENTIETH-CENTURY NOVEL AND DRAMA. Selected authors: drama from Shaw onward, the novel from Conrad onward.

ENGL 310

(1-8) SPEECH EDUCATION. Rhetorical composition and delivery; participation in annual Oratory Contest; tonal development; group evaluation. (Also listed as Drama 300.)

ENGL 400

(3) CHAUCER. His times and major works.

ENGL 401

(3) NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURY AUTHORS. Selected authors from the Victorian, modern and contemporary periods.