Language and Literature

Language and Literature
Literature from a language perspective; applying linguistic constructs to literary language; examining literary style; linguistic analysis of unfamiliar texts.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesELANG 223; or LING 201; or equivalent.
 TaughtSummer Contact Department
 ProgramsContaining ELANG 535
Course Outcomes

Philological Principles

Students will have become acquainted with important philological principles.

Literary Text Analysis: Poetic Formulas

Students will be able to analyze literary texts using poetic formulas, including simple and complex figures.

Literary Text Analysis: Philological Criticism

Students will be able to analyze literary texts using philological criticism, including contextual relations.

Online Corpora and Literary Text Analysis

Students will understand how an online corpus might be used effectively to analyze literary texts.

Creating Literary Texts

Students will be able to create literary texts using language features identified within the course.