eng494 | undergraduate

English Literature Since 1800

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This course will survey major authors, ideologies, and historical contexts of English literature from the 19th century to the present. A diverse range of works, genres, movements, and cultural narratives will be explored.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Victorian Poetry

    • Analyze how Victorian poetry reflects the political, social, cultural, and philosophical changes of the period.
    • Identify the major poets, poems, and literary movements of the Victorian period.

    Victorian Prose

    • Identify the major authors, works, and literary movements of the Victorian period.
    • Analyze how Victorian prose reflects the political, social, cultural, and philosophical changes of the period. 

    The 20th Century I: Modernism

    • Identify the major authors, works, and literary movements of the Modernist period.
    • Analyze how Modernist literature reflects the political, social, cultural, and philosophical changes of the period.

    The 20th Century II: Postwar and Postmodern Literature

    • Identify the major authors, works, and literary movements of the postmodern period.
    • Analyze how postwar and postmodern literature reflect the political, social, cultural, and philosophical changes of the period.

    The Romantic Period

    • Identify the major authors, works, and literary movements of the Romantic period.
    • Analyze how Romantic literature reflects the political, social, cultural, and philosophical changes of the period.
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