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ENG 325 - American Literature to 1800

Intensive study of major authors, literary movements, and themes from America's pre-Colonial beginnings through the Revolution. Topics may include Native American myth and poetry; literature of discovery and conquest; Puritan writings; autobiography; captivity and slave narratives; literature of Revolution and the new Republic; early American poetry, drama, and fiction. Offered odd years, fall semester. Prerequisites: WRT 150, ENG 225 and ENG 226 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit if content varies.

Credits: 3

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