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ENG 111 - Literature and Composition - Textbook

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ENG 111 Literature and Composition

Adapted by Louis Bury


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Introduction to Literature

by Lumen Learning & Ivy Tech Community College


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Course Learning Outcomes


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  1. Identify literary elements such as plot, character, point of view, setting, imagery, irony, tone, and symbols when analyzing stories, poems, and plays

  2. Interpret a literary text and support that interpretation with evidence gained from close reading

  3. Write clearly and coherently in varied, academic formats using standard English

  4. Integrate ideas with those of others from print and online sources

  5. Find, evaluate, analyze, and synthesize appropriate primary and secondary sources in a literary research paper

  6. Write at least three formal, critical essays (minimum ten pages total) and one research paper