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ENLT 351 - 19th-Century American Literature

Description
Boundaries are places of creative tension. This course examines the engagement of American writers from the 19th century with the many kinds of boundaries to which they were drawn as sources of creativity: boundaries of gender, race, and class as well as the tension between humans and other animals, nature and culture, wilderness and civilization, built and natural environments. The ways in which we think about gender, race, animals, the environment, and so forth have roots that pass through the 19th century, and therefore the stories and poems from that time are as relevant as ever as we seek to address injustices on both the social and environmental level by accessing the creative energy generated at boundaries. Prerequisite: ENLT 201 and a second ENLT or ENWR course below the 300-level, course, or permission of instructor.
Credits
3
Attributes
American Literature, ENLT: American, ENLT: Modern, LO1: Humanities/Literature
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2020, Fall 2017
Offered
MW, TuTh
Avg. Class Size
28
Avg. Sections
1