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This class was very straightforward and not super difficult as long as you went to lecture and read the readings (I stopped doing them halfway through because I got lazy). His quizzes aren't super hard, but you definitely have to pay attention during the lectures if you want to do well. I enrolled in this class seeing that it had high reviews on Bruinwalk, but in the end I was super disappointed. In my opinion, the material just isn't super interesting and my biggest takeaway from the class is that with a few exceptions, Time Travel as a genre of literature is very mid. Take that with a grain of salt though because I'm an engineering major, and I'm sure some other people in the class enjoyed it a lot more than me.
This is an easy GE class to take for literary analysis. There are four quizzes, two short presentations, a final and a final presentation. The quizzes are super easy, each just ten questions just to make sure you've done the readings and gone to lecture and he gives practices quizzes before each one. The presentations are recorded and max of 2 minutes, analyzing a reading. The final is the easiest exam you will ever take. About half are question from past quizzes, the others are just as easy.
The lectures are fairly engaging, they just feel long. Professor Cooperson is very sweet and a really nice person.
If you are on the waitlist for this class, assume you will get in. If people don't drop the class, Cooperson will give out PTE numbers.