ENG 102: Literature of the Long Eighteenth Century, 1660-1830
A transatlantic approach to the literature of what is often called the long eighteenth century, in which the court literature of the Restoration, the neoclassicism of the Augustans, and the anti-classicism of the Romantics all engage the major cultural changes of the Enlightenment.
Prerequisite: WRI 010 or equivalent exam. Normal Letter Grade only. Discussion included.
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