EN298
British and Irish Writers 1900-1920
0.5 Credit

A study of poetry, fiction, drama and essays from the turn-of-the-20th century to just after the First World War. Works by authors such as Hardy, Yeats, Joyce, Shaw, Mansfield and the war poets are read in the context of the social, technological, cultural and political changes of the Edwardian era and the devastating impact of the war years.

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Exclusions
EN258*.
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36 lecture hours/term