ENG 104Honors Composition II
3 Credits ■ Spring ■ EC/ec ■ CC-CT
Extensive exercise in writing about the ideas expressed through images, as in imaginative literature . This course offers practice in understanding and discussing represented meanings in fiction, poetry and drama . Students will write papers that analyze literature using a variety of approaches (character analysis, comparison/contrast, thematic analysis, and explication, for example) . Enrollment assumes a secure grasp of exposition.NOTE: Credit is not granted for both ENG 104 and ENG 215.
Prerequisite: ENG 103, or permission of the instructor.
The course is also open to students who have successfully completed ENG 102.