ENG 328 - Studies in Women’s WritingsCourse Cross-listed with GS 328
An analysis of the range and complexity of women’s literary output, including topics like the historical development of women’s writing, the literary achievements of a single author or a group of authors, theoretical issues pertinent to women’s literary creation, and issues of female creativity. Topics vary from semester to semester.
Prerequisite(s): Any 200-level literature course and GS 100, or permission of instructor.
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