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  • Willa Cather Course | UW Independent Learning
    Submit Assignments Request Exams Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U350 312 Willa Cather Portraits of the immigrant experience the fear of aging and the hunger for love and acceptance You will study three novels My Antonia Death Comes for the Archbishop and The Professor s House that demonstrate Cather s remarkable versatility Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor Credits 1 undergraduate credit Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 327 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 402 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Death Comes for the Archbishop ISBN 0679728899 My Antonia ISBN 039575514x The Professor s House ISBN 0679731806 U350 312 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials are optional

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-312 (2016-02-16)
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  • Virginia Woolf Course | UW Independent Learning
    D2L Submit Assignments Request Exams Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U350 315 Virginia Woolf Three of Woolf s most enduring works You will examine two of her experimental novels To the Lighthouse and Mrs Dalloway and A Room of One s Own her famous essay on fiction and feminism Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor Credits 1 undergraduate credit Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 327 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 402 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials A Room of One s Own ISBN 0156787334 Mrs Dalloway ISBN 0156628708 To the Lighthouse ISBN 0156907399 Edition Any U350 315 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials are optional or

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-315 (2016-02-16)
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  • History of the English Language Course | UW Independent Learning
    Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U350 323 History of the English Language The changes in vocabulary syntax spelling and sounds that the English language has undergone since its beginnings nearly 1 500 years ago as well as the historical reasons that these changes have taken place You will also learn the principles by which the English language continues to change today and will continue to do so in the future In addition you will have an opportunity to classify your own regional dialect and pronunciation of words in the English language Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites None Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials The Origins and Development of the English Language ISBN 1428231455 Edition 6th Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to find out whether

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-323 (2016-02-16)
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  • The Structure of English Course | UW Independent Learning
    linguistics Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Online Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-324 (2016-02-16)
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  • Ernest Hemingway Course | UW Independent Learning
    Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U350 431 Ernest Hemingway Two of Hemingway s greatest novels The Sun Also Rises and The Old Man and the Sea and a selection of short stories You will consider the controversial Hemingway code of masculine behavior and the dramatic action objective tone and psychological portraits associated with this famous author Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor Credits 1 undergraduate credit Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 327 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 402 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials The Old Man and the Sea ISBN 0684801221 The Snows of Kilimanjaro and Other Stories ISBN 0684804441 The Sun Also Rises ISBN 0684800713 U350 431 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Order course materials online at Follett or call 1 866 243 0077 Check the syllabus to

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U350-431 (2016-02-16)
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  • The American Short Story Course | UW Independent Learning
    Students Desire2Learn D2L Submit Assignments Request Exams Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U350 610 The American Short Story A look at the diversity of the American short story From classics such as Rip Van Winkle to contemporary experiments with short fiction you will consider readings that illustrate the variety and power of this literary form Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Fiction 100 An Anthology of Short Stories ISBN 0130143286 Edition 9th Reader s Guide to Accompany Fiction 100 ISBN 0130190969 Edition 9th U350 610 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Check the syllabus to find out whether your materials are optional or required See related

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  • The Contemporary Short Story Course | UW Independent Learning
    Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Course Catalog 0 U350 611 The Contemporary Short Story Provocative short fiction of our time You will examine high interest contemporary issues such as relationships self discovery poverty career and workplace and escape from reality in works by Raymond Carver John Updike Joyce Carol Oates Louise Erdrich Richard Ford Stephen King Ray Bradbury and Iris Murdock Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites Satisfaction of freshman English requirement or consent of instructor English 610 not required Credits 3 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 981 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1056 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Fiction 100 An Anthology of Short Stories ISBN 0130143286 Edition 9th Reader s Guide to Accompany Fiction 100 ISBN 0130190969 Edition 9th U350 611 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Check the syllabus to find out whether your

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  • Introduction to French Literary Analysis Course | UW Independent Learning
    to literary text analysis with special emphasis on the development of writing skills in French You will study shorter works from the major genres of French literature with readings from Corneille Marivaux Molière Racine and Voltaire among others Course Syllabus Course Information Prerequisites 4 semesters of college French or equivalent or consent of the department Credits 4 undergraduate credits Assignments Exams See Syllabus Delivery Method Print Course Start Date Date payment received Course End Date 1 year after start date Registration Deadline None Costs Course Tuition 1308 Administrative Fee 75 nonrefundable Total Tuition and Fees 1383 not including materials If you are a full time UW student you may qualify to take our courses without paying additional tuition Find out more Course Materials Andromaque ISBN 2047303737 Anthologie Littéraire Du Moyen Age au XIXe siècle ISBN 2761632664 Edition 2nd Collins Robert French Dictionary ISBN 9780061962998 Edition 9th Le Cid ISBN 2047303575 Le Jeu de L Amour et du Hasard ISBN 9782035832115 Le Médecin malgré lui ISBN 203583421X Phèdre ISBN 1854590944 U400 271 Course Guide Edition current The Course Guide will be emailed as a pdf file within 1 3 days of registration Zadig ISBN 9782035832078 Order course materials online at Follett

    Original URL path: https://il.wisconsin.edu/catalog/course.aspx?course=U400-271 (2016-02-16)
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