As a general rule, students seeking credit for English 5591 must meet informally with the instructor, read agreed-upon Irish texts, and submit a paper (4-5 pages per credit). The following reading list is keyed to the tour:
|Lady Augusta Gregory||Selected Plays or folk and legendary materials||
|James Joyce||Dubliners||1 credit|
|James Joyce||Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man||1 credit|
|James Joyce||Ulysses (for advanced students of literature only)||2 credits|
|Frank McCourt||Angela's Ashes||1 credit|
|Sean O'Casey||Selected plays||1 credit|
|John Millington Synge||Selected plays||1 credit|
|W. B. Yeats||Selected poems||1 credit|
Other writers/works must be arranged with the instructor.
Students seeking academic credit must, prior to registration, confer with the instructor and agree upon a reading list, tentative times for discussion during Spring Semester 2003, and general guidelines for a paper.
For more information about academic credit or to consult the instructor, contact Martin Bock, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of English, at 218/726-7138 or e-mail Dr. Bock at email@example.com.
Last modified: 9-10-02