WRI173H5 • Creative Non-Fiction


Examines theory and offers practice in expressive narrative, the most basic prose mode and the foundation for other prose modes. Students explore ideas about product and process, form and meaning. Students will experiment with syntactic structures to explore how the form of language serves, or fails to serve, intention and the expression of meaning that may be understood and interpreted by others. The course draws on theorists including Aristotle, Chomsky, Elbow, Kinneavy, Britton, Bakhtin.

Distribution Requirement
Social Science
Total Instructional Hours
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Communication, Culture, Information and Technology