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LIBRARY RESOURCES FOR English 2101AA Dr. Nancy Enright

 

Course Specifics

 

Great Books of the Western World will introduce (or perhaps re-introduce) you to some of the greatest and foundational works in western literature.  Knowledge of some of them (such as the Bible and the major classical works, like those of Homer and Virgil) is crucial to an understanding of much of later western literature.    All of them are interesting and important in their own right.   This course focuses on western literature, so the selections are gleaned from those readings that went into the making of that tradition.  Though primarily from Europe, the texts in this book reflect a variety of origins; the Bible was, of course, written almost entirely by Jews of Asia Minor; Augustine was North African; and the European readings originate from Greece, Italy, France, and elsewhere. 

 

LIBRARY REGULAR HOURS FALL SEMESTER

Sunday 12 pm - 2 am
Monday - Thursday 8 am - 2 am
Friday 8 am - 11 pm
Saturday 11 am - 7
 

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