This upper-level course for poets of proven ability employs a seminar/workshop format, with most classroom time devoted to manuscript discussion. Instructor Permission required. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and ENGS 053.
Major Jackson ()
Dates: June 29 - August 7, 2015; Prereq: ENGS 053
The course is designed to introduce students to advanced practices in the art and craft of writing poetry; these include the poem's use of language, sentence structure, music, lineation, and form.
Over the course of five weeks, students are expected to write two poems per week and to comment on each others' poems. Students will receive feedback from the instructor as well as peers.
Students will be evaluated upon the completion of the course in the following areas: 1) Final Portfolio of Revised Poems 2) Quality Feedback on Peers' Poems 3) Online Participation
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