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ENG 724 Studies in 19th-Century British Literature (Effective Fall 2009)
4 hours; 4 credits
A study of British literature from the nineteenth century, which may include poetry, drama, nonfiction, and fiction. Topics may include intellectual and aesthetic trends (such as Romanticism, Victorianism, realism, and naturalism); social issues as reflected and refracted in literature (such as industrialization,the status of women, and empire); and changes in publishing and the reading public (such as the effects of serialization and other innovations upon readership and the influence of social class on evaluations of poetry and of the novel.
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