LIT 270 - Twentieth-Century Working-Class Literature of North America
An examination of literature in which 20th century North American working-class writers explore working-class life. Emphasis upon the investigation of broad themes, such as the role of work in the shaping of values and identity and the impact of work upon human relationships. Multi-ethnic and multi-racial perspectives; issues of gender and sexuality. Attention given to the sociocontexts in which works were produced.
Prerequisite: ENG 110 College Writing I
3 Class Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
- Show that they can share with peers and write about their ideas regarding the meanings of a literary work.
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