Undergraduate Programs

Good, Evil, and Inbetween

Course Code: ENGL 0510S

« Return to the Course Catalog

Are humans born naturally good, evil, neither, or all of the above? Does evil lurk deep within the heart of all that is good, or can the forces of good eradicate those of evil? Is evil an inextricable part of what it means to be human in the first place? We'll examine these and related questions by reading some especially provocative literature, including Frankenstein, Jekyll and Hyde, and works by Hawthorne, Poe, Flannery O'Connor, and Fitzgerald. We'll also view several relevant movies, including Young Frankenstein.

This course is not scheduled yet.

See the Dates and Fees page

How to Apply