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    University of Hartford
  Nov 23, 2017
2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

ENG 319 - The 19th-Century Heroine

Course Cross-listed with GS 319  
3 credit(s)
A look at the 19th-century literature that centers on women. The course examines the characterization of female protagonists as products of a particular culture and a writer’s own personal artistic vision, particularly as these relate to concepts of the heroic. A variety of writers and genres is studied, including classic novels, travel writing, working class, and sentimental fictions.

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