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  • Program tanımları
    Curriculum

    Required Courses

    ELIT 590 Seminar in English Literature NC
    ELIT 599 Master's Thesis NC
    ELIT 801-850 Special Studies NC

    Elective Courses

    ELIT 503 Milton (3-0)3
    ELIT 504 Spencer (3-0)3
    ELIT 505 20th Century British Novel I (3-0)3
    ELIT 506 20th Century British Novel II (3-0)3
    ELIT 507 20th Century British Drama (3-0)3
    ELIT 508 Shakespearean Drama (3-0)3
    ELIT 509 Approaches to Literary Criticism (3-0)3
    ELIT 510 The Rise and Development of the English Novel (3-0)3
    ELIT 511 The Romantic Period (3-0)3ELIT 513 20th Century British Poetry (3-0)3
     
    DESCRIPTION OF COURSES

    ELIT 503 Milton (3-0)3
    A critical study of selected works of John Milton including Paradise Lost, Pradise Regained, L'Allegro, IL Penseroso, and Comus.
     
    ELIT 504 Spencer (3-0)3
    Spencer's works, especially, The Faerie Queene, will be discussed as representative specimens of Elizabethan poetry.
     
    ELIT 505 20th Century British Novel I (3-0)3
    Significant novels of Conrad, Woolf, Joyce, Lawrence and Forster will be examined critically.
     
    ELIT 506 20th Century British Novel II (3-0)3
    Works of significant novelists from the thirties through the Post-War period to the present day will be studied.
     
    ELIT 507 20th Century British Drama (3-0)3
    In-depth study of trends and works in modern British drama, including plays by Osborne, Bond, Pinter, Arden, and other significant dramatists.
     
    ELIT 508 Shakespearean Drama (3-0)3
    In-depth study of selected major Shakespearean plays.
     
    ELIT 509 Approaches to Literary Criticism (3-0)3
    After a brief review of approaches to literature before the twentieth century, this course concentrates upon developments in literary criticism in the twentieth century. The approach used is conceptual rather than historical; the concepts of literature in the major contemporary movements of literary criticism and the assumptions concerning the study of literature underlying these movements are studied in representative texts. Examples of applications of the approaches discussed to literary texts are also included in the course.
     
    ELIT 510 The Rise and Development of the English Novel (3-0)3
    The background of the English novel and its beginning in the eighteenth century.
     
    ELIT 511 The Romantic Period (3-0)3
    Significant characteristics of the Romantic period and Romanticism will be discussed and selected works of prose and poetry will be studied. Among the authors to be considered are Burns, Coleridge, Wordsworth, Lamb, Hazlitt, Blake, Scott, De Quincey, Byron, Shelley, Keats. 

    ELIT 513 20th Century British Poetry (3-0)3
    Significant characteristics of modern English poetry will be studied with emphasis on selected works of T.S. Eliot, Yeats, Lawrence, Graves, Betjeman, Auden, Dylan Thomas, Larkin, Heaney, etc.
      
    ELIT 514 Chaucer (3-0)3
    Chaucer's role in the development of English literature and a study of his major works including Canterbury Tales.
      
    ELIT 515 The Victorian Novel (3-0)3
    Representative examples of the Victorian novel are studied and criticized as a means of achieving a complete understanding of selected authors' attitudes towards the basic human and social issues of the Victorian Period in English Literature.
      
    ELIT 516 Literature in the Middle Ages (3-0)3
    Representative texts are used to study the courtly love and romance traditions, verse romances and Medieval drama.
      
    ELIT 517 Literature in the Renaissance (3-0)3
    Characteristics of the Renaissance spirit as reflected in English literature are studied in selected works of drama, poetry and prose. (Works to be selected from Sidney, Spencer, Marlowe, Decker, Middleton, Shakespeare).
      
    ELIT 518 Literature in the 17th Century (3-0)3
    Representative works and genres are studied in the context of social and intellectual trends of the period. (Works to be selected from Milton, Donne, Marvell, Johnson, etc.)
      
    ELIT 519 Literature in the Restoration and the 18th Century (3-0)3
    Representative works and genres are studied in the context of the social and intellectual trends of the period. (Works to be selected from Pope, Dryden, Swift, Johnson, Fielding, Defoe, etc.)
      
    ELIT 520 The Victorians (3-0)3
    Representative examples of the poetry and prose of the Victorian Age are studied as a means of understanding and evaluating the social, moral and scientific issue of this period. (Works to be selected from Arnold, Huxley, Ruskin, Dickens, G. Eliot, Oscar Wilde, Tennyson, Browning, Butler, etc.)
      
    ELIT 521 Literature in the 20th Century (3-0)3
    Major works of the significant writers of the 20th century are studied as a means of acquiring a complete understanding of these writers' attitudes towards basic human and social issues of the period. (Works of Conrad, Woolf, Lawrence, Forster, Yeats, T.S. Eliot, Auden, Orwell, Osborne, Pinter, etc.)
      
    ELIT 522 Backgrounds of Modern Criticism (3-0)3
    This is the course that concentrates on the development of Literary Theory from the Classical Age of Greece to the Modern Period. The approach used is historical as well as conceptual. Major texts necessary for an understanding of modern criticism are read and discussed. The focus is on the theoretical aspect. Practical criticism is not a part of this course.
      
    ELIT 523 Highlights of American Literature (3-0)3
    Texts by major literary figures of the 19th and 20th century are studied with a critical approach to give the students a taste of American Literature with its specifically American themes and concerns. The approach used is cultural as well as literary.
      
    ELIT 529 Psychological Aspects of Literature (3-0)3
    After basic concepts, theories and trends of psychology are introduced, representative literary works are studied in the light of these trends.
     
    ELIT 590 Seminar in English Literature (NC)
    Preparation towards M.A. thesis proposal through prescribed readings; written or oral presentation of the work developed.
     
    ELIT 599 Master's Thesis NC

    ELIT 800-899 Special Studies (4-2)NC

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