Literatura Norteamericana: Realismo Social y Generación Beat
Session 2021-2022


1. Modern American Literature 
2.Twentieth-Century Realism
3. Progressive Criticism
4. The Depression Years
5. Chicago Renaissance
6. Cultural Hedonism in the 1950s
7. Psychology and Realism in the 1950s
8. Black Mountain Poetry
9. The Beat Generation
10. Realism: American Drama
11. Late Twentieth-Century Fiction
12. Late Twentieth-Century Poetry
General Bibliography

10. Realism and Ordinariness in American Drama: Arthur Miller.
   - Text:  Death of a Salesman.

Subjects of discussion to be presented in class:
Discussion for class: 
   -Arthur Miller's Tragedy and Realism.
All these bibliographical references can be  found at the ULL Central Library
(Guajara Campus):
      - On American Drama: 
- “Mysterious Actions: New American Drama.” The South Atlantic Quarterly 99.2-3 (Spring-Summer 2000). 
- “Public Uses, Private Tensions: Contemporary American Drama’.” Studies in the Literary Imagination
21.2 (Fall 1988). 
- Schroeder, Patricia R. “Legitimizing the Bastard Child: Two New Looks at American Drama.” American 
Literary History 3.2 (Summer 1991): 420-427. 
      - On Arthur Miller: 
- Haviara-Keihaidou, Eleni. Acting by Gender: Women in Arthur Miller's Dramaturgy. Athens: 
     Parousia Monograph 17 Series, University of Athens, 1991.
- Guijarro, Juan Ignacio and Ramón Espejo, eds. Arthur Miller: Visiones desde el nuevo milenio. 
Valencia: Biblioteca Javier Coy d'estudis nord-americans, Universitat de Valencia,2004.

Recommended Arthur Miller web site: 
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