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ENG 200 - Medieval and Renaissance English Literature 

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Course Information

Units for ENG 200: Medieval and Renaissance Literature

  • The Wife's Lament
  • The Wife of Bath's Tale 
  • The Book of Margery Kempe 
  • Arden of Faversham 
  • The Roaring Girl
  • The Duchess of Malfi 
  • The Late Lancashire Witches

Learning Outcomes

  • Appreciate, understand, and analyze different genres of medieval and renaissance literature by refining skills acquired in ENG 111. 
  • Connect texts with their historical contexts.
  • Consider the role of women as both writers and subjects of writing. 
  • Use online and print resources to incorporate secondary sources into a research paper.
  • Develop technical and speaking skills with the creation of a podcast.
  • Use English with greater accuracy and complexity.