• Course Number: ENGL 165JT
  • Prerequisites:

    Writing 2 or upper-division standing.

  • Advisory Enrollment Information:

    May be repeated for credit providing letter designations are different.

  • Catalog Course Entry: ENGL 165AA-ZZ
  • Quarter: Summer B 2015

Welcome to an abbreviated version of Tolkien’s world. In this reading-intensive seminar, students will learn about Tolkien’s literary scholarship and study his mythmaking in Middle Earth. Students will also design a final creative project inspired by Tolkien’s universe.

The course has two goals: to understand Tolkien within a broader literary and cultural context and to have a good time doing rigorous literary analysis.

Required course texts: *Beowulf* (2014), *The Silmarillion* (Houghton Mifflin, 2004), *The Fellowship of the Ring* (Mariner, 2012), *The Two Towers* (Mariner, 2012), *The Return of the King* (Mariner, 2012).


  • Fry, Leah
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