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ENG 270: Non-Western Literature in a Global Context

globeWant to learn about literature and film from non-Western areas of the world like the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Latin America?   A new English course that satisfies either the literature or global studies requirement for both the Liberal Arts and General Studies degree programs of LFCC is being offered fall semester, 2013, at the Middletown campus:

ENG 270:  Non-Western Literature in a Global Context

This course will present literary and film themes from a comparative global perspective.  You will have the opportunity to read popular writers like the Persian poet Rumi, the infamous author of Midnight's Children, Salmon Rushdie, African writers Bessie Head and Ngugi Wa Thiong'o (who wrote one novel in prison on toilet paper), as well as renowned magical realists Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Isabel Allende from Latin America.

3 credits
Prerequisite: ENG 112
T/Th 9:30-10:45

For more information, contact Prof. Frost McLaughlin at .


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