LIT-230 Psychological Ideas in Literature

This is a course in which students read and study psychological ideas in literature. Themes such as exile, the unconscious, psychosis, and dreams will be addressed. Works range from antiquity to the present. The basic objective of the course is to raise provoking questions about psychological ideas in literature and to draw out the many ways in which psychology informs and offsets a literary perspective. Lecture [3.00].

Credits

3

Prerequisite

WRT-101

Syllabus for this course.