EN324 Transatlantic Literature: Enlightenment and Romanticism

Language, Theatre, and Communication Arts    credits: 3


The first course in the Transatlantic Sequence, EN324 surveys British and North American English literature of the Enlightenment and Romantic periods. Students will learn the shape of each literary movement and consider how the work of individual authors reflects and reacts against the prevailing literary and philosophical trends of these periods. Students will also consider the differences between these movements as they evolved across different geographical, cultural, and political landscapes. Prerequisites: CP245 or equivalent.