Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014
ENG 315-10 Utopian and Dystopian Literature 3 sem. hrs.
H2b: The purpose of this course is to explore, using representative examples from British, American, Russian and Native American authors, what social, political, technological, and economic conditions must exist to create the best possible society, or what in human nature will preclude society from ever reaching what the human mind can imagine. Each of the works examined will raise significant issues about what must be considered in imagining a more perfect world, or in considering why such a dream is impossible. Fulfills Heritage IIb requirement. ENG 102 or HON 103 competency required. Next offered F-14, F-16.
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