ENG 355: Survey of Southern Literature

 

Dr. Cash 3 credits

          Through exploring a number of central themes, students in this course will examine Southern Literature from the Colonial Period through the present. Study of this writing will show that the South produced viable work from early in its history, and, in the Twentieth Century, it has, indeed, produced the best writing of any section of the United States. The course will also exercise students' skills in critical thinking, reading, writing, and speaking. Course requirements include oral presentations, journals, four formal papers, and a 2,000 word research article.

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