ENG 202 World Literature II
World Literature II is a survey of international literary works that emphasize the variety, yet commonality, of human experience. Students will read and discuss enduring works of literature in their cultural and historical contexts. The course includes such writers as Moliere (French), Leo Tolstoy (Russian), Chikamatsu Monzaemon (Japanese), Lu Xun (Chinese), and Chinua Achebe (African). It pays special attention to the analysis of how these authors presented the best and the worst of their times with keen observations and superb writing skills in exploring various human experiences, successes and failures, happiness and sorrows and social and individual conflicts.
- Gen Ed: Humanities and Other World Civilizations
- Prerequisite: ENG 101 and ENG 102
- Hours: 3
- Credits: 3
Fulfills literature requirement for AA degree.