lit330 | undergraduate
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The Harlem Renaissance, the Beats, and the New Apocalypse
- Analyze the influence of the Harlem Renaissance on modern poetry.
- Differentiate between Beat poetry and the New Apocalypse movement.
Language, Confessional, and Feminist Poetry
- Analyze Feminist Poetry as a form of social commentary.
- Differentiate between Language Poetry and other forms of modern poetry.
- Analyze Confessional Poetry within the context of the 1960s.
Ethnic American Poetry and New Formalism
- Analyze New Formalist poetry as a response to the Modernist movement.
- Evaluate the rationale for evaluating Latino, Native American, and Asian American poets, collectively.
Transnationalism and Contemporary Poets
- Analyze the work of contemporary poets within the context of prior poetry movements.
- Differentiate between Ethnic Poetry and Transnationalism as expressions of cultural influence.
Modernist and War Poetry of the Early 20th Century
- Explain the Modernist movement in relation to early 20th century poetry.
- Differentiate War Poetry from Modernist Poetry of the 1910s and â20s.
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