This course focuses on the study of prose of a contemporary postcolonial African and a Bengali writer. The study will encompass the reading, writing and critiquing of works written from a post-colonial perspective. The literary contexts, issues and themes of post colonialism will also be examined and discussed. 


This course focuses on the study of poetry of one contemporary postcolonial Australian poet. The study will encompass the reading, analysis and critiquing of poems written from a post-colonial perspective. The literary contexts, issues and themes of post colonialism will also be examined and discussed.


This course focuses on the study of prose of a contemporary postcolonial African writer and works of an Irish poet. The study will encompass the reading, writing and critiquing of works written from a post-colonial perspective. The literary contexts, issues and themes of post colonialism will also be examined and discussed.

This course entails a study of a Shakespearean play, focusing on the revision of techniques, and features and structural elements of drama.  Emphasis will be on the comedic elements, structure and language of a Shakespearean play.

EN 223 focuses on the reading, interpretation, and analysis of Olive Senior’s poems. Class lectures and discussions will provide a revision of poetic devices and figurative language. The course will also expose students to the social, historical, political, religious, and cultural contexts of Caribbean Literature.

EN 222 focuses on the reading, interpretation, and analysis of modern drama in Caribbean Literature. Class lectures and discussions will provide a study of literary themes, techniques, style, elements and features found in modern Caribbean plays. The course will also expose students to the social, historical, political, religious, and cultural contexts of Caribbean Literature.

This course introduces students to the literary genres of prose fiction, poetry and drama. It focuses on the literary terms and devices, features, structural elements, and techniques needed to read, understand, interpret and analyze literature. The course gives students practice in interpretive, analytical, and critical writing about literature.

EN 223 focuses on the reading, interpretation, and analysis of Olive Senior’s poems. Class lectures and discussions will provide a revision of poetic devices and figurative language. The course will also expose students to the social, historical, political, religious, and cultural contexts of Caribbean Literature.