ENL215: World Religions in Literature

Class Program
Credits 3
World Religions in Literature provides students the opportunity to read, discuss and write about the religions of the world as subthemes in short stories, poetry, novels and literary essays. Included is intensive reading, analysis of world literature and its influence on its society, consideration of literary criticisms, and discussion of values/beliefs evident in literature with particular attention to religious themes.
Prerequisite Courses
Semester Offered
Satisfies a Humanities and Fine Arts general education requirement.