ENG 140: Horror and Science Fiction
This course is a study of science fiction and horror in literature with emphasis on literary, historical, psychological and cultural relevance. Short stories, novels, poems, films, and/or nonfiction related to both genres are analyzed and discussed. Students will apply critical-thinking skills to assess literary works. Specially designated sections may focus on horror, science fiction, subgenres or major authors.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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