University of Calgary

ENGL 354A - Poetry: Reading And Analysis - Fall 2008

Through textual analysis and close reading, this course acquaints students with the characteristic forms, styles and concepts of poetry written in English. Detailed attention will be paid to tropes and figures, form, tone, diction, implication, point of view. Students will learn how to work with techniques of prosody and basic poetic terminology in writing analytic essays on poems, drawn from a wide range of historical periods, social contexts and national literatures.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • F(3-0)


  • Compulsory for English Majors, Minors and Honours students


  • One full-course equivalent of English and/or Comparative Literature, or consent of the Department


This course will be offered next in Fall 2009.
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