ENGL 2299 – Children’s Literature: Representations of the Real
(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture
This course examines the relationship between the real and the imagined in works for children and adolescents. Focusing on classic and contemporary material that asks readers to think about who they are and what kind of world they inhabit, this course explores the literary, social, and educational values that inform the construction of juvenile realities.
Prerequisites: English 1101/General Education 1401 or 1402 or 1403 or 1404 and English 1131 or 1135 or 1137 or 1151 or 1152 or 2141.