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ENGL-108-01 Chaucer
Fall for 2015-2016
Faculty:
  • Hirsh, John
  • A reading and discussion of Chaucer's great (if unfinished) master-work, the Canterbury Tales, a work of first importance to anyone who reads (or writes) narrative fiction. Students will read the work in original Middle English in which Chaucer wrote it, and discuss it in small and in large groups, focusing upon the work's narrative strategies, intellectual constructions, and artistic accomplishment. They will also write, in a variety of ways, about those aspects which particularly take their interest.

    This course satisfies the College's Humanities & Writing II requirement.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: HUMW 011 (or equivalent course or AP credit)
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