ENG* 214
Grade of "C-" or better in ENG* 101 or ENG* 101S

This course focuses on the study of dramatic plays as a literary form that has, since the time of ancient Greeks, staged stories that entertain audiences while asking them to question themselves, their place within culture and history, and notions of reality. Students will learn the theatrical conventions that playwrights employ to manipulate an audience's experience with dramatic material, and how some writers have bent and broken such conventions in order to create new meaning.  Offered:  Not regularly offered