20 Credits SPRING



Co-requisites: LIT320

Aims/Description: This course focuses on the literature of the period 1900-1945, in particular on Anglo-American and Irish Modernism, its origins around World War 1, and the texts of the 1920s and 1930s which register its impact in Britain and North America. While the Modernism movement will be at the centre of the course, represented by Joyce, Woolf, and Eliot for example, we will examine a full range of texts of that period and pay attention to the vast range of styles, issues, and non-modernists movements of the periods. The aesthetic revolution of Modernism will be changed

Staff Contact: KINDELLAN MICHAEL R
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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