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Film and Literature course offered

Brandy Walls
Staff Writer

   Summer I students at the University of Arkansas-Monticello have an opportunity to enroll in a course titled "Film and Literature." This course provides a unique way to receive Arts and Humanities or elective credit.

   "In Film and Literature, we study basic technique. We also explore the relationships between a literary work and it's film adaptation," said Kate Stewart, the professor of English who teaches the course.

   During the course, Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven," Tennessee Williams' play "Suddenly Last Summer" and Emily Brontė's novel "Wuthering Heights" will all be studied. "The Fly" and "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" remain on a list of possibilities.

   "A film course allows students to develop and enhance their creative and analytical skills by studying texts beyond the written page," Stewart said.

   If you need the credits and think this class sounds fun, enroll now. Summer school will start before you know it!

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