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Modern Women's Writing

This course examines a selection of works by women, containing significant commentary on the status and experience of women including such issues as race, class and sexual preference, from 1900 to about 1950. Works are drawn primarily from British and North American literature, as well as from other emerging English literatures. (sem 3) cr 3. This course may be applied to a concentration in Women's and Gender Studies. Students may not retain credit for both ENGL 3346 and ENGL 3726.