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ENGL 3280  IRISH LITERATURE I (3 credits)

This course explores Irish literature from the early medieval period (c. 600) to the late nineteenth century and the Irish Literary Renaissance. Texts include works written in Irish as well as in English, and cover a variety of genres, including but not limited to: early medieval monastic nature poetry, medieval prose saga literature, the Irish bardic and aisling traditions, political satire and laments, Anglo-Irish Ascendancy novels, and the Irish Gothic.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): ENGL 1160 or permission required; ENGL 2410 and ENGL 2310 recommended.

Distribution: Global Diversity General Education course and Humanities and Fine Arts General Education course