Florida AML 4225 Entire Class

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AML 4225 Studies in Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture

 

Variable topics focus on the major issues, movements, forms or themes in the study of American literature and culture before 1900. Topics may include the American Renaissance, literature and abolition, African American novels and poetry, romance and romanticism, race and sexuality, the rise of the short story, realism, naturalism, representations of the city, representations of the South, tropes such as the Noble Savage or the American Girl, and/or in-depth studies of selected writers. Refer to the department website.

NOTE: This entire class includes discussions, assignments, course projects, and exams

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