1. Modern American Literature: An Appreciation.
2. Social Perception and Human Nature
in Robert Frost’s Poetry.
3. Realism, World
War I, and Dramatic Monologues: T.S. Eliot.
4. Southern Social
History in William Faulkner’s Fiction.
5. Ernest Hemingway’s
Textuality and Social Issues.
6. The 1950s Consciousness:
7. Realism, Objectivism,
and Visualization: Marianne Moore.
8. Physical Realism
and Spiritual World: Theodore Roethke.
9. Black Mountain
Poetry: Robert Creeley.
11. Beat Poetry:
12. New Social
American Drama. Tennessee Williams.
13. Avant-Pop Fiction
and Cyberpunk Fiction: Kathy Acker.
14. Recent American
Poetry: Ron Silliman.
This course will take substantial account of the socio-cultural
context in the U.S.
during the 20th century, and its impact on literature. It will
focus on a wide-ranging
variety of literary texts and use them to explore methods of writing
modern and contemporary American society.Also an emphasis on the
of language, social context, and thought. Lectures will set the
in socio-cultural and literary histories. Along with it discussions
intended to develop
the student’s ability to read, understand and evaluate
the proposed texts.
For additional information on grades, competence achievement,
please visit this webpage: http://eguia.ull.es/filologia/query.php?codigo=259093203.
Supplemenatry note: students should check the English Department’s
“Announcement for Lectures” for a list of lectures given by visiting
concerning this field of study.
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