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This was an incredibly easy course with a very easy going professor. The material isn't particularly difficult, although you should be familiar with the readings to get a sense of what is going on in the class. In the end the majority of your grade is based on two essays and a final that he provides the prompts for beforehand. The essays were very open ended but that also allows you to be creative. His lectures are very laid back and his jokes are witty so you remain somewhat engaged. I recommend glossing over the readings, paying a decent amount of attention in lecture, and spending most of your time on your essays. I found that I was able to answer most of the questions on the final based on the research I did for my essays.
It's a good class, I'd recommend it.