|Course Information:||ENGL 2131 80G – Undergraduate, 3 credits (semester)|
|Subject:||English Language and Literature/Letters|
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Entirely at a distance. This course is delivered 100% through distance education technology. No visits to campus or designated site are required.
The course is delivered primarily through Internet.
A survey of important works of American Literature from the Colonial period to the Civil War. Prerequisite: ENGL 1102 passed with a grade of C or above. (3-0-3)
( ENGL 1102 Or ENGL 1102H Or ENG 102 ) And eCore Introduction C
Identify the genres, major writers and important schools in American literature from the pre-colonial era to the opening volleys of the Civil War. Summarize, interpret, and infer hypotheses regarding selected texts. Use and extend reading, writing, technological, and critical thinking skills developed in ENGL 1101 and ENGL 1102. Identify the cultural factors that shaped American literature and define the common concerns of humanity as expressed through literature.
For a list of required materials, visit the eCore Courses Textbook page at http://ecore.usg.edu/courses/textbooks.php.
Student must be admitted to the institution to enroll in this course. The admission process can be handled via the Web. Student can register for this course via the Web.
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