Loyola University Chicago

UCLR 100C-004: Interpreting Literature - Classical Studies
Personal Statement in Greek and Roman Literature

Fall Semester 2018

wall-painting, Pompeii, c AD 50

Artfully composed words have the potential to speak from one mind to another. How can this potential be realized? What would it do? How? Why would it matter? This course investigates exemplary works of poetry, drama, and prose from ancient Greek and Roman worlds, so as to establish foundational competences in literary study. It satisfies the Foundational requirement of the university's Core Curriculum in Literary Knowledge, which is the prerequisite for any Tier 2 course in Literary Knowledge.

Tuesday - Thursday, 11:30am-12:45pm
Life Science Building 412
Dr. Jacqueline Long

Office Hours: TTh 10:15am-11:15am, Sullivan Center 228, or by appointment
phone: 773-508-3511
e-mail: jlong1@luc.edu


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