ENGL 152 - Literary Perspectives on Children’s and Young Adult LiteratureSemester Hours: 3
This course examines children’s literature by bringing to bear theories and approaches to narrative and genre that illuminate issues of class, gender, ethnicity, colonialism, disability and other topics of concern to both children and adults. The class pays special attention to the concepts, values and assumptions about childhood and adolescence held by authors, audiences, publishers, and critics and to how these conceptions influence the aesthetic qualities, ethical concerns, and narrative techniques evident in this important body of work.
WSC 001 or WSC 002 . May not be taken on a Pass/D+/D/F basis. Credit given to this course or ENGL 198W, not both. May not be taken on a Pass/D+/D/Fail basis. (Formerly, ENGL 198W)
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