2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
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AST314: Realism and Naturalism in 19th-Century American Literature

3 Credit(s)
The Civil War marks a major transition in the vision of American writers. After a preliminary study of American romanticism, this course examines major and minor writers and theories of realism and naturalism within their historical and cultural contexts. Authors may include Twain, Alcott, Dreiser, Howells, James, Freeman, Chestnutt, DuBois, Chopin, and Wharton. Cross-listed with ENG314 .