Course Description:

ENGL 363 CRITICAL THEORIES This course explores the principles and practice of critical theories, including traditional and contemporary theories about literature, rhetoric, and discourse. The intentionality and motives for writing, reading, and communication are evaluated from a Christian perspective. By studying some of the major critical texts written by literary theorists and thinkers, students will become familiar with a variety of critical approaches to literature and learn to apply those approaches to their actual reading of literary texts. Prerequisite: ENGL 203 or consent of instructor. Three Hours, Fall, Even Years

Credits:

3.0

Pre-Requisites:

ENGL203LEC

Co-Requisites: