2012-2013 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog
ENG 326 - Nineteenth-Century American Literature
Intensive study of major authors, literary movements and themes from the post-Revolutionary War Period to 1900. Topics may include the American Renaissance; Transcendentalism; Realism; Local Color Writers; African-American slave narratives and autobiographies; the Civil War; Naturalism; and developments in nineteenth-century literary genres. May be repeated for credit if content varies. Offered even years, winter semester. Prerequisites: WRT 150, ENG 225 and ENG 226 or permission of instructor.