2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog

ENGL 321 Oral Interpretation of Literature

The course centers on a study of personae (speakers) and their role in the oral performance and communication of literature. There is emphasis on point of view, mode, characterization and dialogue, vocal techniques, and the use of imagery and tone color in oral interpretation. Emphasis is placed on performance as a method for studying literature. Cross listed with COM 321. Prerequisite: ENG 201 or ENG 243. (Offered fall semester of even calendar years.)