ENGL 222 Spring 2013 Lyric Poetry (W)

What do poems do? How do poems work and play? How do poems challenge and reward attentive scrutiny? What does close, sustained reading enable us to think, feel, and say about a poem? This course considers short poems by Frost, Yeats, Keats, Bishop, Tennyson, Donne, Milton, Shakespeare and others. This Gateway course is writing intensive, requiring four analytic papers of four pages each. Students will also memorize passages and read aloud, to hear as well as see what is happening. The goals are to encourage subtler, richer responses to poetry, to expand appreciation and enjoyment, and to develop analytic and interpretive capacity.
Class Format: seminar
Requirements/Evaluation: four short essays, weekly journal entries, some memorization and participation in discussions
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Prerequisites: a 100-level English course, or a score of 5 on the Advanced Placement examination in English Literature or a 6 or 7 on the International Baccalaureate
Enrollment Preference: sophomores interested in the Major who have not yet taken a Gateway course
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Divisional Attributes: Division I,Writing Intensive
Other Attributes: ENGL 200-level Gateway Courses,ENGL Literary Histories A
Enrollment Limit: 19
Expected Enrollment: 19
Class Number: 3597
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ENGL222-01(S) SEM Lyric Poetry (W) Division 1: Languages and the ArtsWriting Intensive Robert H. Bell
MWF 09:00 AM-09:50 AM Hopkins Roger Room 3597
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