Fall 2006 not offered
Readings in the theory of what makes discourse "literary," with particular attention to tropes and figures like metaphor.
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Selected readings from classical and Romantic literary theory, Russian Formalism, New Criticism, Structuralism, and post-Structuralist literary theory.
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Two papers and class presentation.
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This course meets the departmental requirement for a theory course.
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