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ENGLISH 53Q: Transatlantic Women Modernists: Writing Across the Divide

How did American and British women writers express their experiences of modernity? A major critical lens on modernism interrogates questions of gender and sexuality, including how women expressed the experiences of `writing as a woman' during these years (1910-1940). But distinctions of race, class, culture, nation, and literary inheritance were powerful determinants of how individual writers gave voice to their creative aspirations. This course explores what binds and what differentiates various forms of aesthetic, political, and cultural representation in the works of pioneering transatlantic innovators: Virginia Woolf; Zora Neale Hurston; Djuna Barnes; Katherine Mansfield; Nella Larson; Mina Loy; Amy Lowell; H.D.; Una Marson; Jessie Fauset; Nancy Cunard.
Terms: Win | Units: 3
Instructors: Staveley, A. (PI)
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