EN 348 - Milton and the 17th Century
 
(3 cr.) This extensive survey of themes and writers within this revolutionary period emphasizes critical approaches to poetry, prose and drama in England from 1603 to about 1665. The course focuses on Milton's Paradise Lost and on works of other major writers, such as the metaphysical poets (Donne, Marvell, Herbert), and Ben Jonson, Francis Bacon and Thomas Middleton (drama). Also included are artistic form and style associated with the literature: Baroque painting (Rubens, Ribera), sculpture (Bernini), music (Gabrielli), and religious meditation (Ignatius). Prerequisite: one course from EN level 200; Every Other Year, Spring
 
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