Undergraduate Bulletin 2011-2013 » Academic Departments and Programs » English » Basic and Intermediate Courses in English Language and Literature » ENG 308: American Literature.
ENG 308: American Literature.
3 hours, 3 credits. American literature to the modern era, emphasizing major writers. The course will deal with such ideas as the frontier, the "promised" land, the rise from rags to riches, the importance of self-reliance, and the love-hate relationship of the races. Readings may include such authors as Franklin, Hawthorne, Melville, Emerson, Thoreau, Whitman, Dickinson, Twain, James, Frost, Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Faulkner, O'Neill, and Ellison.
NOTE: Courses numbered 309-348 offer study of a historical period, genre, author, or literary field that is more intensive than the comparable area in ENG 300-302, 307, and 308, yet broader in scope than courses like ENG 350, 381, 450-460, 463, and 481.
Last modified: 5/13/2013