English 45B

Literature In English: Late-17th Through the Mid-19th Century


Section Semester Instructor Time Location Course Areas
1 Fall 2007 Hutson, Richard
Hutson, Richard
MW 1-2, plus one hour of discussion section per week (all sections F 1-2) 141 McCone

Other Readings and Media

Austen, J.: Pride and Prejudice; Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights; Douglass, F.: The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass; Franklin, B.: The Autobiography and Other Writings; Goldsmith, O.: The Vicar of Wakefield; Hawthorne, N.: The Scarlet Letter; Irving, W.: The Sketch-Book; Pope, A.: Essay on Man and Other Poems; Rowlandson, M.: The Sovereignty and Goodness of God; Swift, J.: Gulliver's Travels; Walpole, H.: The Castle of Otranto; Wordsworth, W.: The Five-Book Prelude

Description

This is a course in a few major works of English and American literature from the end of the 17th-century through the first half of the 19th-century. We will work our way from Puritanism through the Enlightenment and into Romanticism. There are major intellectual and literary transformations taking place in the course of this century and a half, and we will follow a few of them.

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