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ENGLĀ 232: Writing America 1588-1800

In this course, students read a variety of early American literarary works (novels, poems, essays, autobiographies, chronicles) from the early period of North American exploration to the founding of the United States. The course focuses on intersections between literature and history, examining how the American nation was "written into existence" in literature, and examines connections between literature and discourses of nationalism, race, gender, and religion. Counts toward American studies and English majors. Offered periodically.
Prerequisite: FYW.

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