ENG 250 Postcolonial and Global Literature (3 hours)
A thematic course designed to complement the more traditional offerings in British and American literature. The emphasis will be on the shock of colonization, the oppression of imperialism, and the struggle for independence. Attention will also be paid to the encounter of the individual with the questions of God, family, love, war, work, change, and death.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 001 English Language and Writing and a Masterpieces of Literature course (ENG 101 Masterpieces of Literature, HIST 116 Western Civilization through Literature 1500 - Present, MLANG 134 Masterpieces of European Literature, or THTRE 101 Masterpieces of Dramatic Literature).
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