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Post-1945 American Fiction
A study of significant works of American fiction written since 1950. These works, in form and substance, reflect America's debate between those who see "good in the old ways" and those who try to "make it new." Emphasis upon the variety of fictional voices and identities in works by authors such as Banks, Carver, Ellison, Morrison, and Updike.