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Introduction to modern English and American literature II. 20th century.

Author: Emily Auerbach; University of Wisconsin--Extension.; Wisconsin Public Radio.; University of Wisconsin--Extension. Independent Study Program.
Publisher: Washington, DC : Annenberg/CPB Project ; Santa Barbara, CA : Intellimation [distributor], ℗1989.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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An independent study course that introduces students to 20th century English and American literature. Develops the student's understanding, appreciation, and skill in reading and responding to this literature by exploring cultural movements, analyzing individual literary works, and examining the lives and writing careers of the authors.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Emily Auerbach; University of Wisconsin--Extension.; Wisconsin Public Radio.; University of Wisconsin--Extension. Independent Study Program.
OCLC Number: 24541274
Notes: Produced by the University of Wisconsin--Extension through Wisconsin Public Radio and the Independent Study Program.
Course developer, coordinator, and editor, Emily Auerbach ; project director, Linda Clauder.
Funding provided by the Annenberg/CPB Project.
"From the Annenberg/CPB collection."
Designed to be used with the course study guide/poetry anthology, faculty guide, and the individual literary texts examined on the audiocassettes.
In container (30 cm.).
Description: 6 audiocassettes (6 hr.) : analog, stereo, Dolby processed + 1 syllabus ([6] pages)
Contents: Program 1. T.S. Eliot and an introduction to modernism --
Program 2. Ernest Hemingway --
Program 3. William Butler Yeats --
Program 4. Virginia Woolf --
Program 5. Robert Frost --
Program 6. William Faulkner --
Program 7. Contemporary Southern writers --
Program 8. Malcolm X and the autobiography genre --
Program 9. Nadine Gordimer --
Program 10. Elizabeth Bishop --
Program 11. Toni Morrison --
Program 12. Philip Roth.

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An independent study course that introduces students to 20th century English and American literature. Develops the student's understanding, appreciation, and skill in reading and responding to this literature by exploring cultural movements, analyzing individual literary works, and examining the lives and writing careers of the authors.

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