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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 19th-century literary genres. May be repeated for credit if the content varies. Offered winter semester of even-numbered years. Prerequisites: ENG 215, ENG 216, and ENG 225.

Credits: 3

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