EN 355 - Victorian Literature
(3 cr.) This period of time is revolutionary: the industrial revolution, the agricultural revolution, the political revolutions in France and America, a literary revolution that constructs a broader reading public, and a print revolution that expands the publishing industry. We will question what these revolutions have to do with novels, poetry and essays of the period, and explore how literature of this period help revolutionize the individual, nature, and society at the same time that it seems to romanticize them. Prerequisite: one course from EN level 200; Every Third Year, Fall

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