English 105. Madness in Literature (Introductory Literature Seminar).

Introductory study of how and why madness so often appears in literature: not only as physical and mental affliction, but as symbol, manipulator, spectacle, genius, moral decay, and so on. Authors include Euripides, Poe, Kafka, Plath, Christie, and Palahniuk, among others. Course can be repeated once for credit when topic changes.

Course Information
  • Credit:3
  • Term:Winter
Instructors
Robin Cooper
Department
English

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