This course is designed for learners who are interested in improving their English language skills through the study of American literature. The theme for July (30 hours) is New York, 1945-1965. We will read short stories, novel excerpts, poems, and essays in order to examine the ways in which these texts offer both an idealized vision of New York (and America) in the years after World War II and a critique of this very time and place.
The 15-hour course Southern Stories in the Summer, will include short stories by Southern writers.
These courses will be taught by Dr. Chiara Luis, teacher in the IIE English Program and moderator in the Library Reading Circle and Poetry Book Club.
Levels: Advanced and Proficiency
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