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ENGL 312. Twentieth Century American Literature Through World War II

Credits: 4
Department: English
Description: Studies in twentieth-century literary movements and authors through World War II.
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Examine important literary and cultural themes inherent in Modern American Literature through World War II.
2. Analyze at least four distinct approaches to prose fiction in Modern American Literature through World War II.
3. Compose analytical essays on significant works of Modern American Literature through World War II.
4. Formulate explications of the significance of themes such as the wasteland, cultural fragmentation, the loss of self, and alienation in Modern American Literature through World War II.
5. Differentiate between different approaches to writing poetry in Modern American Literature through World War II.






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