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Course Overview

Introduction to quality adolescent literature and examination of issues relevant to the reading and teaching of the genre. The history and characteristics of adolescent literature will be explored, along with theoretical approaches to reading and interpretation, issues of multiculturalism and diversity, and the relationships between adolescent literature and ‘classic’ adult literature.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisite: ENG 208 or permission of instructor

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