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Stranger than Fiction: Literature and Film

Examine the relationship between film and literature by studying films that were adapted from literary texts. Like literature, films are narratives that can be examined and discussed using similar methodologies; however, a film has its own distinct techniques and terminology. By studying the adaptation of one art form to another, we will improve our understanding of both fields of study.

During this course, we will discuss our Christian perspectives and assumptions as they present in these two mediums.

Available as a public access course
Register for ENGL 1XX: Stranger than Fiction: Literature and Film as a non-credit public access course. Public access non-credit courses are offered at a reduced rate, and you do not need to be a King's student to register. 

To register, contact the Registration and Student Finance Office.

Available for credit
Students who wish register in this course for credit as ENGL 329 should do so by using CrossRoad, or by contacting the Registration and Student Finance Office.

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Stranger than Fiction: Literature and Film

Fall Semester

Sept. 12, 2017 - Dec. 8, 2017
6:30 - 9:30 p.m.