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English I

This course is an introduction to the infinite possibilities and pleasures of literature. We will, first and foremost, consider a selection of contemporary novels, classic texts, and short [...]

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English II

This English II section, entitled “Speaking Truth to Power,” will explore the meanings of the words “truth” and “power.” Who decides what is true? If all information contains bias, then how do we [...]

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English III

The class will read Tolstoy’s War and Peace over the course of the fall term. Daily discussions will consider the rich emotional and moral world that Tolstoy uniquely creates. In the first half [...]

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English IV

Seniors will choose one of two electives offered each semester, each taught by a different teacher. These courses will continue to develop, on a more advanced level, many of the theoretical and [...]

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Queer Poetics

What does poetry have to do with queerness? What can we learn about the history of gender and sexuality from poetry? How have queer poets used their voices in the face of oppression? How has [...]

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Practice of Poetry

In this class students will explore what makes a poem a poem. As a class we will read and explore poets from around the world. We will explore form and engage in daily workshops of our own [...]