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Survey Of Literary Masterpieces

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This course provides students with a survey of literary masterpieces across the ages. Students will gain insight into writing and culture from the content of this course. Topics include Shakespeare, Homer, Dante, Milton, Machiavelli, and Joyce, among other literary authors.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Modern Masterpieces

    • Identify characteristics shared by modern literary masterpieces.
    • Identify how modern masterpieces built on and responded to earlier masterpieces.
    • Explain the influence of modern masterpieces.
    • Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of literary masterpieces from the modern period.

    The Literary Masterpiece in Contemporary Society

    • Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of literary masterpieces from the contemporary period.
    • Identify characteristics shared by contemporary literary masterpieces.
    • Identify how contemporary masterpieces build on and respond to earlier masterpieces.
    • Explain the influence of contemporary masterpieces.
    • Synthesize qualitative criteria that can be used to judge literary masterpieces.

    Masterpieces of Ancient and Classical Times

    • Summarize personal expectations of literary masterpieces.
    • Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of literary masterpieces from ancient and classical times.
    • Identify characteristics shared by ancient and classical literary masterpieces.
    • Explain the influence of ancient and classical masterpieces.

    Masterpieces of Medieval Times

    • Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of literary masterpieces from the medieval period.
    • Identify characteristics shared by medieval literary masterpieces.
    • Identify how medieval masterpieces built on and responded to earlier masterpieces.
    • Explain the influence of medieval masterpieces.

    Early Modern Masterpieces

    • Demonstrate knowledge and comprehension of literary masterpieces from the early modern period.
    • Identify characteristics shared by early modern literary masterpieces.
    • Identify how early modern masterpieces built on and responded to earlier masterpieces.
    • Explain the influence of early modern masterpieces.
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