School of the Art Institute of Chicago: Lit I: Beowulf to Frankenstein

From the class description: "A common thread through all our readings is the theme of otherness, from the extraordinary otherness of imaginary monsters to the implicitly but ubiquitously neglected otherness of women." Reading about a bunch of mystical creatures for a whole semester could give you the creeps, but fall is the appropriate time for that, isn't it?

( Handout / August 10, 2012 )

From the class description: "A common thread through all our readings is the theme of otherness, from the extraordinary otherness of imaginary monsters to the implicitly but ubiquitously neglected otherness of women." Reading about a bunch of mystical creatures for a whole semester could give you the creeps, but fall is the appropriate time for that, isn't it?

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