A historical and/or critical study of children's literature in English from the Golden Age (1860-1910) to around 1960. Possible emphases include formal literary analysis, the social and cultural significance of works written for (or adopted by) children, and relationships between image and text in illustrated books.
Additional Course Information
- 3 lecture hours
Senate Addition May 28, 2013: EN201 Course description change; effective September 1, 2013