World Literature

World Literature covers various authors and literary movements. Students will study novels, shorts stories, poetry, and drama as they cover works such as The Odyssey, Don Quixote, and Les Miserable. This course will help students gain an understanding of the historical development of literature throughout Western civilization. In addition to analyzing the works themselves, students will also learn about the authors and significant time periods in history. Grades 9th to 12th

Teacher Wendi Reed
Time Fall & Spring Thursdays 12pm EST
Class Duration 90 Minutes
30
Live Meetings
Homework Load College Prep
Credits 1 English
Grade Range High School
Tuition $400.00

Sample World Lit Class

Teacher Wendi Reed
Time Fall & Spring Thursdays 12pm EST
Class Duration 90 Minutes
30
Live Meetings
Homework Load College Prep
Credits 1 English
Grade Range High School
Tuition $400.00

Prerequisites

English III OR (1) must be able to write solid paragraphs, (2) be experienced with multi-paragraph papers, (3) be familiar with of parts of speech and phrases, and (4) be familiar with clauses.

Materials

The Odyssey by Homer ISBN-10: 0140268863; Antigone by Sophocles ISBN-10: 0374530076; Confessions by Augustine ISBN-10: 0199537828; Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes (abridged version ASIN: B00942QXTC); Les Miserables by Victor Hugo; The Portable 19th Century Russian Reader ISBN-10: 0140151036; Out of Africa by Isak Dinesen ISBN-10: 8087888367

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