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UGRD > ENGL > 386

Description:
A study of Virginia Woolf's novels, essays, and memoirs with special attention given to such topics as the development of her thought on identity, character, and literary form; her role as an early feminist; and her life as a writer. In exploring Woolf's writings, the course will introduce students to the social, political, and literary worlds of early twentieth-century London.

Pre Requisites: Pre-req = ENGL 200 or 201 or 202

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