Major Literary Movements (LITR 401)
A study of the works of a major literary movement of English literature, British or American. A major literary movement is defined as recognizable trend in literary history when a number of writers shared similar influences, tastes, and literary goals. The course may focus on a broad period, such as Medieval English Literature, or on a narrower field, such as American Naturalism. The topic will change with each offering and will be announced when the course is listed. This course meets General Education requirements: Cultural Enrichment Pre-Requisites:ENGL 250 and LITR 250. Typically Offered: Spring Even Years
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