British Literature from World War II to Present
Three semester hours.
This course examines the trajectory of British literature from the outbreak of World War II to today, including the end of the British Empire and the increased expansion and diversification of the literary canon. Authors studied may include Durrell, Beckett, the Amises, John Osborn, Lessing, Achebe, Dylan Thomas, Larkin, Ishigur, McEwan, and Zadie Smith. Course may be repeated when topic changes. Prerequisite: Three hours of sophomore literature or instructor’s consent.
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