ENG 510 Detroit in Literature

Description

This course examines representations of Detroit in poetry and fiction produced between the 1930s and the present. By reading and discussing works of such authors as Robert Hayden, Harriet Arnow, Dudley Randall, Joyce Carol Oates, Philip Levine, Lawrence Joseph, Jim Daniels, Jeffrey Eugenides, and others, the course studies the translation of a familiar environment into literature and “places” Detroit in modern American culture.

Specifications

  • Hours: 3

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Graduate Coordinator

Audrey Becker, Ph.D.
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Department Chair

Darcy L. Brandel, Ph.D.
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