108年第1學期-0154 歐洲文學：十七、十八世紀 課程資訊
|Weekly work, study questions||10||Written to engage with the chapter readings and/or handouts|
|Essay, longer||25||Research project|
|Quizzes||20||Based on readings and lectures|
|Final Exam||25||Will include an essay question|
Students will gain perspectives on European literature that will encourage an understanding of all human culture as a construct and thus foster critical thought regarding many aspects of the human experience such as, e.g., governmental systems; religion, myth, and ritual; gender roles; notions of social class and caste; race and ethnicity; etc.
This course will be a playful dive into the English language. Its purpose, however will be more serious. I intend to guide students to a better understanding of Western logic through the creative use of narrative and metaphor in poetry, very short fiction, and dramatic dialogue.
Office HourLAN - # 101-15 Tuesday 10:20 -12:10; Thursday 1:10-2:00PM, and by apppointment
The Norton Anthology of Western Literature. Vol 2. Ed. Martin Puchner, et. al. 9th
Edition. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2014.