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HUMA 205: Philosophy and Literature: C.S. Lewis and The Human Heart: Assignment Details

Course Texts

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Assignment Details and Course Syllabus

Final Paper: Students will produce a unique piece of literary scholarship on a topic to be approved by the instructor. This paper will include a selected amount of research (3 scholarly sources in addition to those we read in class), and a persuasive analysis of the work chosen. Students must complete 6-8 pages of writing. The paper will be due during the week of exams, and will serve as the final examination for this course. Graded on product as well as process, this paper is submitted in a folder which includes former drafts/revisions, peer edits, thoughts on process and documentation that you took your paper to the ARC. Taking your paper to the ARC is required and you will want to seek an appointment early.
 

Schedule an Appointment with an ARC Consultant

Be sure to plan ahead and schedule appointments as soon as possible. The ARC schedule fills quickly, especially during busy phases of semesters, such as mid-term and finals. The quickest and surest way to schedule an ARC consultation that fits into your academic plan is to schedule through the online system, TutorTrac. 

ARC

Need help writing a paper or preparing for a test? See the consultants at the Academic Resource Center, housed on the first floor of Murdock Library.