EN388
18th-Century Literature: From Sense to Sensibility
0.5 Credit

A study of prose, poetry, and drama written between 1660 and 1800, a period of social and economic revolution brought about by scientific inventions, British colonial expansion, and the rise of the middle class. The literature examines the nature of morality, humanity, urban life, criminal behaviour, love, sexuality, and women's changing roles in the period.

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EN355*.
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36 lecture hours/term