ENG555 Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism
A study of major twentieth-century theories of literature, such as those of Marxist and psychoanalytical critics, the New Critics, the Chicago school, the theories of Northrop Frye, Feminism, and Deconstruction. In-depth consideration of primary critical works.
- Liberal Arts
- Must be enrolled in the following level: Graduate
- Students cannot elect the Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grade option for this course