Old English Languages and Culture (ENG 301.3)

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ENG 301 01 September 2016 Richard Harris (primary instructor)


Discussion of the importance of Old English language and literature for the Anglo-Saxon culture of early medieval England. Investigation of this language as foundation for the development of English. Introductory study of texts such as Beowulf and writers such as King Alfred.


6 credit units of 100-level English.


Students with credit for ENG 208 may not take this course for credit.

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