ENGL 3181 From Epic Tradition to Epic Vision
4 hours; 4 credits
Western literature illustrating developments in the epic genre from the Middle Ages to the present. Adjustment of the epic tradition to differing cultural values through a continual process of translation, imitation, adaptation, and transformation of epic form and content which has led to expressions of the modern "epic vision." This course is the same as Comparative Literature 3601.
Prerequisite: English 1010  or 1.7.
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