Dec 10, 2019  
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EN 323 - American Literary Realisms


Credits: 3
A study of realism as both a late-nineteenth-century literary movement and a style with continuing influence in the U.S. Students will examine not only the classic stage of realism (through writers that may include Twain, Howells, Dreiser, Wharton) but also the emergence of realism at other points in American literary history, including the socialist realism of the Great Depression and the appropriation of realism by minority writers in the late twentieth century.
Prerequisites: completion of the Introductory Requirement.
J. Casey



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