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ENGL 1716 Metamorphosis: Story-Telling as an Attempt to Manage Change (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

Taking its cue from the literary explorations of human bodily change composed from antiquity to modern times, this course explores a range of writings created in vastly different places and cultures. It aims to promote reflection on change and variety as basic features of reality and therefore of human experience. While not a writing course per se, it gives substantial attention to the technology of writing as a means of transforming our private mental experience into forms that can readily be shared with others.

Instructor(s): Dayton Haskin

Prerequisites: None

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Comments: Core Renewal Course: Enduring Questions

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17