ENGL 217 - Introduction to Narrative (LS)
This course introduces the student to some traditional narrative forms such as fable, the tale, and the allegory, and shows their development into modern day story forms in literary texts and popular culture. Through examination of both traditional and conteporary examples of narrative, the student will become familiar with the features common to all stories, and with underlying patterns such as the quest and the romance.
NOTE: Of special interest to Visual Communications Design majors, but is open to all majors. Registration priority will be given to Visual Design Communications Design majors.
Any two 100-level SCCS (ENGL, CCST, AHIS, HUMN) courses.
|A||20570||Giles, W. Mark|| |
|2:00pm - 3:20pm|| room: 520|
|B||21437||Beaulieu, Derek|| |
|7:00pm - 9:50pm|| room: 532|
|A||30571||Beaulieu, Derek|| |
|10:00am - 11:20am|| room: 532|
|A||40004||TBA, Instructor|| |
|1:00pm - 3:50pm|| room: 532|