An advanced study of important US poetry, drama, fiction, and non-fiction produced between 1900 and 1945. The course will examine
these works within the cultural dominant of modernism, which sought to articulate the urgent sense of dislocation and contemporaneity
that characterized early twentieth-century experience. The course will ground its exploration of modernist stylistic and aesthetic
innovations within the context of the prevailing philosophical, political, historical, and cultural realities of the period. Authors could
include Frost, Dos Passos, Eliot, Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Stevens, Cather, Hughes, Faulkner, and Welty.
Prerequisite: Any 190 or 200 level literature course or permission from instructor.