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ENG 2256 Fiction Writing

3.0 Credit Hours

Traditional elements of short stories (character, scene, conflict, exposition, dialogue, plot and point of view) will be studied, involving student practice in a workshop setting. In addition to extensive student practice, students will read and analyze the work of published writers, learn how to submit their own work for publication and extensively study and write in one or more literary genres. Students will also study alternative or experimental fiction writing techniques.
Prerequisite:   ENG 1101

Fall Term 2015 Schedule
Booklist for ENG 2256
  LAB SEC CALL HRS START END DAY ROOM INSTRUCTOR STATUS
(* indicates prerequisite) (updated hourly)
  101 0225297 3.0 12:00 PM 12:50 PM MWF 3 145 Waggoner OPEN
  501 0225298 3.0 WWW CNCL
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