3 hours lecture, 3 credits
For 2016-17 the topic is narratives of crime and deviance. This course introduces the function of narrative and examines narrative method in a variety of genres such as poetry, fiction, drama, biography, autobiography, essay, film and textbook. The focus of study will vary according to instructor interest, and may include themes such as love and sex, war, crime, death, family, social justice etc. Students will be introduced to narratology and will examine the ways in which narrative structures shape understanding of the self and the world.
- B in English 12, ENG 096, ENG 098, ESL 090, or C in one first-year university transfer English.
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This course tranfers to the following post-secondary institutions in British Columbia.
NIC students wishing to use their courses as transfer credit toward another program or degree are encouraged to review the Steps to University Transfer and contact an advisor.
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