ENGL 365: Twentieth-Century British Fiction
Term: Spring Fall
A study of major works, with particular attention to literary modernism—its rise, reception, and wake—within the context of its cultural
and socio-historical frameworks. Readings may include work by Conrad, Ford, Forster, Greene, Joyce, Lawrence, Rhys, Waugh, Woolf,
and other authors from more recent decades.
Prerequisite: Any 190 or 200 level literature course or permission from instructor.