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Literature and Writing Minor 

The flip side of writing well is reading well. This minor is for those who love books and who want to learn how to write well in a variety of forms, but also want to learn the many ways to approach and discuss work written by others, and how to write about the poems, novels and plays they will encounter in their life-time of reading.

This unit set is available on Mt Lawley Campus.
This unit set is available in the following mode of delivery - On-campus.
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The Minor in Literature and Writing comprises 90 credit points (6 units).
Select 45 credit points (3 units) from the following units:
WRT3105 Writing Drama 15
WRT3106 Writing Therapy 15
WRT3107 Writing Poetry 15
WRT3112 Community Writing 15
WRT3113 Creative Writing 15
WRT3114 Writing and Editing 15
WRT3115 Authorship and Publication 15
WRT3116 Writing: Special Area Study 15
Select 45 credit points (3 units) from the following units:
ENG3040 Issues and Transgressions in Literature 15
ENG3041 English and the Media 15
ENG3042 Theory, Taste and Trash 15
ENG3050 Poetry and Passion 15
ENG3051 Select Literary Topics 15
ENG3052 Contemporary Realities Through Australian Fiction 15
ENG3053 The "Bloody Australian" on Stage 15
ENG3054 The Empire Talks Back: Postcolonial Voices 15
ENG3140 From Fiction to Film 15
ENG3141 Comedy and Tragedy in Film and Drama 15
ENG3142 Jane Austen Through Fiction and Film 15

Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2010 VET: 31/03/2010