HLI 116 Analysis of Literary Forms

Uses of language to convey thought and feeling in a variety of fictional and nonfictional forms. A study of various literary genres with particular attention to what and how texts signify. To survey the structure and development of literary forms, the course will include such works as: Poems by Homer, Dante, and Wadsworth; Plays by Sophocles, Racine, and Anouilh; Novels by Defoe, Austen, and Lessing.




Humanities and Social Sciences Program

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Fall Semester Spring Semester