AP/EN1006 3.0 B: Writer's Introduction to Literary Forms

Offered by: EN

(Cross-listed to: AP/WRIT1006 3.0B )


Summer 2019




ONLN (Fully Online)

Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

An introduction to the fundamental principles governing the production and reception of four principal literary forms in English: poetry, prose fiction, prose non-fiction and drama. Extensive consideration is given to the form's ties to the parallel concept of genre. Course credit exclusion: AP/PRWR 1006 3.00 (prior to Fall 2012).

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