Yes; what are the essential features that you were expecting to find in a good course?

Broad time-coverage? Broad genre coverage? Deeper coverage of lesser-known authors? More thorough coverage of the best-known authors? Inclusion of complete works, or a greater number of 'excerpted' or shorter ones? (That matters, as novels are seldom going to offer the breadth of coverage in a survey course covering 500 years of literary tradition, but on the other hand, excerpting and short stories are not going to offer the in-depth look at the writing tradition, either...)

Schrödinger's cat walks into a bar. And doesn't.