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ENG 534 Studies in Modern British Literature
This course introduces the student to the historical, intellectual, and formal aspects of British literary modernism. The course will attempt to provide a broad, if necessarily selective, picture of modernist literary works in all its considerable variety, and will also focus on modernism’s recurrent preoccupations, particularly its concern with modernity itself. Readings might include selected works of authors such as Yeats, Joyce, Woolf, Lawrence, Forster, Ford, West, Ishiguro, and Bowen.
- Hours: 3