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LIT 113 - British Literature I
LIT 114 - British Literature II
LIT 115 - American Literature I
LIT 116 - American Literature II
LIT 132 - Intro to Literary Studies
LIT 196 - Topics in Literature
LIT 196A - Topic:Images of Nature/Amer Li
LIT 196B - Topic:Gothic Fiction
LIT 196C - Topic:Amer Detective Fiction
LIT 196D - Topic:The Fairy Tale
LIT 196H - Tpc: Lit of the Supernatural
LIT 196N - Tpc: Amer Det Fiction-Nactel
LIT 200C - Global Crossings: Nactel
LIT 200G - Topic:Pulitzer Novels/Amer Lif
LIT 200H - Topic: Poe and Hawthorne
LIT 201 - English Drama 900-1642
LIT 202 - History of Film
LIT 203 - The Art of Film
LIT 211A - The American Scene
LIT 211B - Myth Magic, Lgnds in Erly Brit
LIT 211C - Early World Literature
LIT 211D - The Individual and Society
LIT 211E - American Literature I
LIT 211F - Worlds in Lit: Asian Diaspora
LIT 211G - Worlds in Literature
LIT 211H - Shakespeare in his Times
LIT 211I - British Literature I
LIT 211J - American Voices
LIT 211K - The Legends of King Arthur
LIT 211L - Sex, Gndr & Lve in Wrld Lit
LIT 211M - Passion & Pwr In Early Britlit
LIT 211N - Dante: Lessons of the Past
LIT 211O - Legends of King Arthur
LIT 211P - Literature of African Peoples
LIT 211Q - Antiquity of the Middle Ages
LIT 211R - Reacting to the Past
LIT 211S - Mstrpieces of Wrld Lit - Clscs
LIT 211T - Tragic and Comic Vision
LIT 211U - Latino Literature in the U.S.
LIT 211V - The Literature of War & Peace
LIT 211W - Women in Literature I
LIT 211X - Love & Money in the Novel
LIT 211Y - Trvl Crs: Greece a Mdrn Odysy
LIT 211Z - World Mythologies
LIT 212 - Seminar:
LIT 212A - New American Dream: Lit & Div
LIT 212B - British Literature II
LIT 212C - World Literature II
LIT 212D - The Individual and Society
LIT 212E - American Literature II
LIT 212F - Gbl Crsngs:Chlng & Chng in Lit
LIT 212G - Tpc: Immig & Exiles: Lit of Ir
LIT 212H - Literature of Crime and Crimin
LIT 212HR - LIT of Crime & Criminality
LIT 212J - Native American Experience
LIT 212K - Studies in the Short Story
LIT 212M - Cosmos & Literary Imagination
LIT 212P - Literature of African Peoples
LIT 212R - Romanticism & Modern World
LIT 212S - Satire
LIT 212V - Love & Romanticism, 19th Cntry
LIT 212W - Women in Literature II
LIT 212Y - American Women Writers
LIT 212Z - Topics: Travels, Discoveries
LIT 221 - British Literature I
LIT 222 - British Literature II
LIT 224 - American Literature II
LIT 225 - World Literature I
LIT 226 - World Literature II
LIT 230 - Greek & Roman Lit in Trans
LIT 238 - Children's Literature
LIT 242N - Seminar: Walt Whitman
LIT 242P - Amer Lit: Hemingway's World
LIT 242R - Amer Lit: American Women Poets
LIT 242S - Study:Naturalism in Amer Lit
LIT 242T - Study:19th C. Amer Women Write
LIT 244P - Intl Lit:Caribbean in Africa
LIT 248 - Early American Drama to WW I
LIT 269S - Great Authors: Poetry of Frost
LIT 280 - Shakespeare goes to the Movies
LIT 290M - Emp Writes Back:Post-Col Lit
LIT 290N - Seminar: The Medieval Woman
LIT 290P - Sem:King Arthur/Knights of Rt
LIT 290R - Sem:Fairy Tale/Literary Contex
LIT 290S - Sem:Early Am Lit:Colon-Hawthor
LIT 290T - Rdg Sem: James Joyce-Ulysses
LIT 290V - Reading Sem:Elizabethan Comedy
LIT 291M - Author Sem in Blake&Wordsworth
LIT 291P - Seminar in Authors: Chaucer
LIT 292H - Seminar: Utopian Literature
LIT 292J - Seminar:Money/Power in Renaiss
LIT 292K - Sem:Women Writing Women's Live
LIT 292L - Sem:Comedy-Pleasure of Diversi
LIT 292M - Sem: American Family in Drama
LIT 292N - Sem:Languages of Gender/Shakes
LIT 292P - Sem: New Eng Trancendentalism
LIT 292Q - Topic:19 C. Amer Women Writers
LIT 292R - Topic:Fairy Tale in Lit Contex
LIT 292S - Sem:Poe,Hawthorne,Dostoyevsky
LIT 292T - Sem:African-American Experienc
LIT 292W - Sem:Mark Twain/Amer Experience
LIT 296 - Travel Seminar
LIT 296A - Lit & Culture of Cntmpry India
LIT 296B - Topic: Great Britain
LIT 296M - Travel Sem:Britain & Continent
LIT 296P - Travel Sem: Modern Odyssey
LIT 297A - Topic:Storytelling
LIT 301 - Young Adult Literature
LIT 302 - Contemporary Brit Lit/Culture
LIT 303 - Intro to Cultural Studies
LIT 304 - Postcolonial Literature
LIT 305 - Development of the Novel
LIT 306 - American Dramatic Literature
LIT 307 - Contemporary American Poetry
LIT 308 - Women and American Literature
LIT 309 - Medieval Literature
LIT 310 - Children's Literature
LIT 311 - Lit Masters/Western World I
LIT 312 - Lit Masters/Western World II
LIT 313 - History of the Novel
LIT 313A - Stds in the Novel: 21st Cntry
LIT 314 - The Nineteenth Century Novel
LIT 315 - The 20th Century Novel
LIT 315A - Twentieth Century Literature
LIT 315B - Twentieth Century Literature
LIT 316 - The American Novel I
LIT 317 - American Literature II
LIT 318 - The Short Novel
LIT 319 - Intro to Literary Studies
LIT 320 - American Literature I
LIT 321 - Masters of American Lit II
LIT 322 - Development of Eng Lit I
LIT 323 - Development of Eng Lit II
LIT 324 - Dev of English Lit III
LIT 325 - Development of English Lit IV
LIT 326 - African American Literature
LIT 327 - Phil Ideas in Western Culture
LIT 328 - Existentialism and Literature
LIT 329 - Literary Theory & Criticism
LIT 330 - Greek/Roman Literature in Tran
LIT 331 - Modern European Drama
LIT 332 - Literature of Italy/Translatio
LIT 333 - French Literature-Translation
LIT 334 - Spanish/Latin American Lit
LIT 335 - German Lit in Translation
LIT 336 - Russian Lit in Translation
LIT 337 - Eastern Lit in Translation
LIT 338 - Theories of Translation
LIT 339 - The Bible as Literature
LIT 342 - Studies in American Literature
LIT 342A - Amer Lit Sem:American Dream
LIT 342B - Studies in American Lit: 1950s
LIT 342C - Topics: Studies in Amer Lit
LIT 342H - Amrcn Lit: Harlem Renaissance
LIT 342L - Studies in American Lit: Toni
LIT 342N - Amer Lit Seminar:Walt Whitman
LIT 343 - Contemporary American Lit
LIT 343A - Contemporary Amrcn Literature
LIT 344 - Int'L Lit written in English
LIT 344A - Inlt Lit in English: Austrian
LIT 345 - Literatures of Diversity
LIT 346 - Russian Classics
LIT 347 - American Short Fiction
LIT 347A - American Short Fiction
LIT 348 - Literature and Film
LIT 348A - Lit & Film: Art of Hitchcock
LIT 348B - Lit & Film:Ambiguous Discourse
LIT 348C - Literature and Film
LIT 349 - American Drama
LIT 349A - African American Drama
LIT 350 - Comparative Medieval Lit
LIT 351 - Early Modern Literature
LIT 351A - Early Modern Women's Writing
LIT 352 - Seventeenth Century Literature
LIT 353 - 18th Century Poetry and Prose
LIT 354 - Romanticism
LIT 355 - Victorian Literature
LIT 356 - American Detective Fiction
LIT 357 - Literature of the Supernatural
LIT 358 - History of the Book I
LIT 360 - Shakespeare on Film
LIT 361 - Chaucer
LIT 362 - Shakespeare
LIT 363 - Shakespeare: Before 1600
LIT 364 - Shakespeare II
LIT 366 - Milton
LIT 369A - Great Authors:Emily Dickinson
LIT 369B - Great Authors:Wordsworth
LIT 369C - Great Authors:Melville
LIT 369D - Great Authors:Joyce Carol Oate
LIT 369E - Great Authors:Jonathon Swift
LIT 369F - Great Authors:Bronte Sisters
LIT 369G - Great Authors: Whitman & Frost
LIT 369H - Topics: Great Authors
LIT 369M - Great Authors:Hawthorne
LIT 369N - Great Authors:James Joyce
LIT 369P - Great Authors: Dante
LIT 369R - Great Authors:Jane Austen
LIT 369S - Great Authors:Poetry of Frost
LIT 369T - Great Authors: Chris Marlowe
LIT 369U - Tpc: Great Authors: Jane Auste
LIT 369X - Grt Athrs:F. Scott Fitzgerald
LIT 372 - The Literature of Ireland
LIT 373 - Masters-Modern English Fiction
LIT 374 - Studies in Poetry: Mdrn Poetry
LIT 374A - Studies in Poetry - A
LIT 374B - Studies in Poetry - B
LIT 376 - Slaves Narratives
LIT 379 - Feminist Issues in Literature
LIT 379A - Feminist Issues:Women/Lives
LIT 382 - Literary Criticism
LIT 383 - Theories of Film
LIT 384 - Images of Women in Literature
LIT 386 - Seminar in Film
LIT 387 - Open Seminar
LIT 387A - Sem:Lit & Ecocriticism in U.S.
LIT 387B - Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury
LIT 387C - Shakespeare & Literary Theory
LIT 387D - Open Smnr: Lit,Tchnlgy & Cltr
LIT 387E - Comparative Literature
LIT 390 - Honors Project in Literature
LIT 395 - Independent Study-Literature
LIT 395A - Independent Study
LIT 395B - Independent Stdy-Literature(B)
LIT 395C - Independent Stdy-Literature(C)
LIT 396 - Topics in Literature
LIT 396A - Tpc:Theory & Practice of Inter
LIT 396B - Tpc: African-American Lit
LIT 396C - Topic The Gothic Novel
LIT 396D - Tpc: American Detective Fictio
LIT 396E - Tpc: Shaping a New Century
LIT 396F - Topics: The Female Gothic
LIT 396G - Topics: 20th Century Asian Lit
LIT 396H - Tpc: Lit. of the Supernatural
LIT 396J - Harlm Renassnce II: Fic, Bio,
LIT 396K - Postcolonial Literature
LIT 396L - Topics: Adolescent Literature
LIT 396M - Sem. on Film: Afri,Amer Lit an
LIT 396N - Causes & Functions of Humor
LIT 396P - Topic: Drama for Actors
LIT 396Q - Topic: Postmodern Fiction
LIT 396R - Of Rbls & Rsn:Eng Lit Btwrevol
LIT 396S - Tpc: Oral Literature & History
LIT 396T - Tpc: Mdrn Brtsh and Amrcn Ptry
LIT 396U - Topic: Postcolonial Lit
LIT 396V - Topics: The Brontes
LIT 397 - Critical Writing and Analysis
LIT 482 - Seminar
LIT 482A - Seminar:Austen and the Brontes
LIT 482B - Seminar:Lit of Self-Reliance
LIT 482C - Sem: The Writer & Society
LIT 482D - Seminar:Ideas of Nature
LIT 482E - Seminar:The Fairy Tale
LIT 482F - Sem:Supernatural in Literature
LIT 482G - Seminar: Lit & Tech Boundaries
LIT 482H - Seminar: Utopian Literature
LIT 482I - Seminar: Arthur Conan Doyle's
LIT 482J - Seminar: Australian Literature
LIT 482K - Sem: Lit & Film - 50'S & 60'S
LIT 482L - Literature and Language Sem:
LIT 482M - Literature and Language Semina
LIT 482N - Sem:The Indiv & Social Resblty
LIT 482O - Sem: Plays and Flms of Tenesse
LIT 482P - Sem:Plys & Flms of Tennesse Wi
LIT 482Q - Capstone Sem: Individual & Soc
LIT 482R - SEM: Detectives w/out Borders
LIT 486A - Seminar:Films of Hitchcock
LIT 486B - Seminar: Crises of Category
LIT 499 - Senior Year Experience
LIT 499A - Senior Yr Exp:The Outsdrs: Wri
LIT 499B - Snr Yr Experience: Utopian Lit
LIT 499C - Senior Yr Experience:Capstone
LIT 605 - A Culture In Crisis
LIT 606 - Roots of Modern American Lit.
LIT 650 - Topic in Literature
LIT 650A - Topic: Modern Poetry
LIT 650B - Topic: Renaissance Literature
LIT 650C - Topic:New Eng Trancendentalism
LIT 650D - Topic: Great Authors - Ulysses
LIT 650F - Topic: Modern Fiction
LIT 650G - Topic:17th Century Literature
LIT 650H - Topic: Comedy
LIT 650I - Topic:Whitman Tradition-Poetry
LIT 650J - Topic:20th C. American Novel
LIT 650K - Topic:Film Studies:Style/Theme
LIT 650L - Topic:Literary Criticism
LIT 650M - Topic: Victorian Literature
LIT 650N - Topic: The American Novel
LIT 650P - Modern Poetry
LIT 650Q - Age of Romanticism
LIT 650R - Topic: The Harlem Renaissance
LIT 650S - Topic:Int'L Writers in English
LIT 650T - Topic:American Short Fiction
LIT 650U - Topic:19th C. Amer Women Write
LIT 650V - Topic:Major American Poets
LIT 650W - Topic:20th Century Drama
LIT 650X - Topic:Herman Hesse's Works
LIT 650Y - Topic:Contemp American Poetry
LIT 650Z - Tpc: Senior Yr Experience
LIT 651A - Topic: Modern European Drama
LIT 651B - Topic:Poe and Hawthorne
LIT 651C - Topic:Int'L Lit Written in Eng
LIT 651D - Topic:The American Drama
LIT 651E - Topic:Gothic Fiction
LIT 651F - Topic:Shakespeare on Film
LIT 651G - Topic:American Dramatic Lit
LIT 651H - Topic:Lit of Self-Reliance
LIT 651I - Tpc: Images of Women in Lit
LIT 651J - Tpc: Great Authors: Melville
LIT 651K - Topic: Shakespeare II
LIT 651L - Topic: 18th Century Literature
LIT 651M - Tpc: Ethnic American Literatur
LIT 651N - Tpc: Phlsphcl Ideas/Wstern Lit
LIT 651P - Topic: American Literature I
LIT 651R - Topic: The Writer and Society
LIT 651S - Topic: Shakespeare I
LIT 651T - Tpc: Theory & Prctc Intrprtatn
LIT 651U - Tpc: Great Authors: J. Swift
LIT 651V - Tpc: Supernatural In Literatur
LIT 651W - Tpc: Dvlpmnt of English Lit II
LIT 651X - Tpc: Medieval Literature
LIT 651Y - Topic: Australian Literature
LIT 651Z - Adolescent Literature
LIT 652A - Tpc: African-American Literatu
LIT 652B - Tpc: Culture, Creativity, Comm
LIT 652C - Tpc: Intro to Cultural Studies
LIT 652D - Literature and Language Seminr