Perspectives: Reading Literature

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Approval data last updated February 28, 2019.
CUNYfirst catalog data last updated August 25, 2019.

Course Course Title (with variants). Other Designation(s)
ACE 5W Great Works of Literature. LIT
CLAS 150 Greek and Latin Classics in Translation. ET PI LIT
CMLIT 101/101W/101H Global Literatures I.
Great Books I.
WC PI WCGI LIT
CMLIT 102/102W Global Literatures II.
Great Books II.
WC LIT
EAST 250 Modern Chinese Fiction in Translation. WC LIT
ENGL 151/151W Works of English Literature: A Course for Nonmajors.
Readings in British Literature.
ET LIT
ENGL 152/152W Works of American Literature: A Course for Nonmajors.
Readings in American Literature.
US USED LIT
ENGL 161/161W Introduction to Narrative. LIT
ENGL 162/162W Literature and Place. LIT
ENGL 165W/165H Introduction to Poetry. CE LIT
ENGL 251 British Literature Survey I. ET PI LIT
ENGL 252 British Literature Survey II. ET LIT
ENGL 253 American Literature Survey I. US LIT
ENGL 255 Global Literatures in English. WC LIT
FREN 41/41W French and Francophone Literatures in Translation.
French and Francophoneliteratures in Translation.
ET LIT
GERM 41/41W Masterpieces of German.
German Literature in Translation.
ET LIT
GRKMD 41W Modern Greek Literature in Translation. ET LIT
HEBRW 150 Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation. WC LIT
HIST 229 Politics and Religion in Early Modern England and Ireland. ET PI LIT
ITAL 41/41W Masterpieces of Italian Literature in Translation.
Italian Literature in Translation.
ET LIT
MES 160 Classical Islamic Literature and Civilization. WC PI LIT
RUSS 155/155W Keys to Russian Literature. ET LIT
SPAN 41 Masterpieces of Hispanic Literature in Translation. LIT
SPAN 51 Hispanic-Jewish Literature in Translation. WC LIT
SPAN 53/53W/53H Don Quixote in Translation. ET PI LIT
SPAN 60 Hispanic Literature and Culture in the United States. US LIT