British Literature from 1900 to World War II
Three semester hours.
This is a focused course in British literature from the first forty years of the twentieth century, including the literary, social, and political movements that influenced it. Authors studied may include such novelists as Conrad, Forster, Lawrence, Woolf, and Joyce; dramatists Shaw and O’Casey; and poets including Hardy, Yeats, Eliot, Auden, and the World War I poets. Course may be repeated when topic changes. Prerequisite: Three hours of sophomore literature or instructor’s consent.
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