EN299
Modernism and British Literature Between the Wars
0.5 Credit

A study of poetry, fiction, drama and essays published in the 1920s and 1930s, including experiments in literary form in works by authors such as Eliot, Woolf, Sitwell, Yeats, Huxley, Orwell and Auden. The course will focus on modernism as well as other major tendencies in the social, intellectual and political life of these decades. Some attention will be given to the development of modern criticism and to the relation between literature and the other arts.

Additional Course Information
Exclusions
EN258*.
Notes
36 lecture hours/term