The Course

This course in sixteenth and seventeenth-century English poetry will provide the students with a chance to read sample poems written by the most representative poets of both centuries, such as Christopher Marlowe, Philip Sidney, William Shakespeare, Walter Raleigh, and others. Thus, it is basically designed to familiarize the students with the political, social, cultural aspects of the age, besides exploring the impact of the biographical dimension, through investigating and analyzing their relationships with the texts. 
Course details

Faculty: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHSS )
Department: Department of English Language (DENG)
Course title: English Poetry I
Course code: EPT7508
Language: English
Location: FHSS
Period: 2016-2017
Lecturer:Saffeen Numan Arif
Support: Office Hours 12-14 or by appointment
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Entry level skills

The student must be able to read various provided sources in English and write short essays and participate in class discussions.