Fantasy and Speculative Fiction (ENG 226.3)

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ENG 226 W02 January 2017 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)
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ENG 226 W21 September 2016 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)
ENG 226 W41 September 2016 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)
 
ENG 226 W02 July 2016 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)
 
ENG 226 W02 January 2016 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)
ENG 226 W10 January 2016 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)
ENG 226 W16 January 2016 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)
ENG 226 W20 January 2016 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)
ENG 226 W50 January 2016 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)
ENG 226 W60 January 2016 Jesse Stothers (primary instructor)

Description

Examines literary genres that explore alternative worlds, experiment with the bounds of the real, and challenge the norms of reading. The course moves from precursors in legend, folktale, and romance, to Victorian fantasy, science fiction, utopian and dystopian fiction, and late 20th-Century feminist revisionary narratives.

Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s)

6 credit units of 100-level English; or 3 credit units of 100-level ENG and INTS 101.

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