lit450 | undergraduate
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Mid- to Late-19th-Century and the Voice of the Woman Writer
- Explain the influence writing under a male pseudonym had on the work of women writers.
- Distinguish between the authorial voice and the narratorâs voice.
- Describe the ways that women writers of the mid- to late-19th-century expressed the female voice in prose and poetry.
Women Writers and the Fin-de-SiÃ¨cle
- Differentiate the characteristics, such as tone, characterization, or other literary elements, of turn-of-the-century (fin-de-siÃ¨cle) literature from 19th-century writing
- Analyze the influence of the rise of militant womenâs suffrage on turn-of-the-century womenâs writing.
- Analyze turn-of-the-century prose and poetry as social commentary.
Mid-20th-Century Women Writers and Feminist Literary Theory
- Differentiate between writing by women and feminist writing.
- Analyze the influence of culture on the perspective of women writers.
- Analyze women writers through the lens of feminist theory.
Late-20th-Century and Contemporary Women Writers
- Identify common themes in later 20th-century and contemporary womenâs writing.
- Analyze the evolution of writing by women from the 19th century to the present.
Early 19th Century and Womenâ s Place in Society
- Describe the ways that womenâs roles in 19th-century Western society are reflected by women writers of the era.
- Analyze a selection of prose or poetry through the lens of Wollstonecraftâs essay.
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