Literary Uses of Mythology (ENG 277.3)

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Description

An introduction to the theory of myth and selected examples of the classical and other myths most frequently adapted and reinterpreted in literature in English. Emphasizes the ways in which different writers can find quite different kinds of significance in the same myth.

Prerequisite(s)

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

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