LIT 4210 - Contemporary Literature
Studies twentieth and twenty-first century world literature written in or translated to English. Explores historical, political, and cultural contexts in which contemporary literature is produced and received, establishing a consciousness of the functions of literature during this period. Applies a range of critical perspectives and examines recurring themes and genres. Engages students in the verbal and written analysis of complex written texts representative of the literary movements of the time. Must complete with a C or better.
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Prerequisite(s): COM 1020 , LIT 2050
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