English 262 Greek and Roman Literature
HEAV 101 1-3:10 M-F July 16 – August 8, 2003 MOD 3
Professor Charles Ross
Texts available at Von’s Bookstore
We will spend two weeks on Homer and then two weeks on Ovid.
Plagiarism: Uncited use of someone else’s work, including uncited information from the internet, is against Purdue’s academic policy. Students who violate this policy will be asked to leave the course.
Attendance: Absences will be excused with a note from home. The second unexcused absence will lower the grade one level. Two unexcused absences: students will be dropped from the class roster. This is a discussion course and you are expected to attend all classes. Be on time, but do not skip class just because you are late.
Purpose of the Course: This course is designed introduce students to the theory of literature by way of two classical texts. It is a writing intensive course, and students are encouraged to attend to suggestions on writing papers and to consult with the instructor freely, either in person or by email.