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2. ENGL 161/161W: Introduction to Narrative

This is a new course

Contact:Thomas Frosch
Abstract:Why do human beings produce and consume narratives as prolifically as they do?
How are stories constructed? How do readers approach and consume them? What
is the role of narrative in culture? This course primarily studies prose
fiction, but it may include drama, narrative poetry, nonfiction, and film, as
well as criticism and theory of narrative. It may be offered as a general
introduction to narrative, or it may focus on a particular topic, such as Life
Writing, Popular Literature, Myths and Folktales, or the Contemporary Novel.

Submissions and Approvals

Course Date Requirement Action By Whom Notes
ENGL 161 2008-01-03 RL Submitted Dept
ENGL 161 2008-04-02 RL Approved GEAC
ENGL 161 2008-05-08 RL Approved UCC
ENGL 161 2008-09-11 RL Approved Senate
ENGL 161W 2008-01-03 RL Submitted Dept
ENGL 161W 2008-04-02 RL Approved GEAC
ENGL 161W 2008-05-08 RL Approved UCC
ENGL 161W 2008-09-11 RL Approved Senate