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ENGL 3302
Nonfiction Prose Writing.
Three semester hours. (SP/SS-Odd)
In this course, students will use the writing process to explore their own personal experiences. Guided by their critical reading of the nonfiction prose of established authors, as well as by essays on creative nonfiction writing, students will practice writing about personal topics with the goal of producing essays that are interesting, pertinent, and meaningful to a broad selection of readers. Analysis of audience, technique, and style will therefore be an integral part of the course. Topics to be explored may relate to culture, family, personal identity, or significant life events. Prerequisite: ENGL 1302 or equivalent course.

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