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ENGL 301     Anglo-Saxon Language and Literature  (4)

This course is an introduction to the language of the Anglo-Saxons (Old English) and to their literature. Students will learn pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar as they read a variety of Anglo-Saxon works, both prose (including selections from The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle) and verse (including "Cædmon's Hymn," "The Dream of the Rood," "The Wanderer," "The Battle of Maldon," and selections from Beowulf). This course (with the addition of two courses in Latin) satisfies the language requirement for the medieval studies major. Prerequisite: One course in English with attribute GFWI.

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