ENG 208: American Literature I

Class Program
Credits 3

This course surveys American literature from the arrival of early settlers through the Civil War. The literature ranges from accounts of life in the colonies and Puritan sermons to slave narratives and transcendentalist poetry. Diverse authors, genres, and issues are examined in relation to the developing tradition of a national literature.

 

Advising Note
RSC General Education Breadth: Humanities - Literature and Language