Sep 29, 2022  
2020-2021 Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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LIT 265 - Realists, Naturalists, Modernists

4 Credit(s)
Surveying the late-19th and early-20th centuries in American literature, this course analyzes several reactions to earlier notions of American romance. All genres reveal significant changes in allegiance to other literary paradigms. During this diverse period, writers embrace what they construe as realism, naturalism, and differing versions of modernism (e.g., symbolism) and, in most cases, they construct their worlds differently from their predecessors. A variety of teaching and learning practices are included in this course: e.g., traditional lecture, oral readings, group discussions, creative and/or analytical writing, listening activities, oral and/or dramatic presentations, visits with authors, interviews, internet and off-campus activities, research practice, etc.

Lit/Art
Prerequisite(s): WRIT 101 ; or c/i.
(spring/even-numbered years)



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