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ENGL 3326
Studies in World Mythology
Three semester hours. (SS-Odd)
Designed to help students understand the nature, cause, and use of myths through wide reading in various mythologies. Special emphasis upon the effects found in American life of the Classical, Norse, and Judeo-Christian traditions; and upon myth as a contemporary phenomenon. Prerequisite: Three hours sophomore literature or consent of instructor.

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