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In this class, we will study what makes for compelling nonfiction storytelling (in many genres), as we read and discuss the rhetorical work of narrative, the personal, and genre. Our writing assignments will recreate traditional models of academic nonfiction, via multimodal, hybrid, and creative forms.
Advanced practice in analyzing and writing nonfiction forms such as essay, profile, article, and technical or scientific report, depending on student's interests. Notes: Not to be taken concurrently with ENGH 399 or 486, and not to be taken by students who have taken ENGH 486. Not a remedial course. Limited to three attempts.
Recommended Prerequisite: Satisfaction of University requirements in 100-level English and in Mason Core literature.
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