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HIST-384 Mark Twain's America
Offered academic year 2015-2016
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This course explores the broader socio-cultural conditions within which America's most important late nineteenth century writer pursued his craft. The Western Frontier, race relations, urban-rural conflict, technology and Victorian culture will be studied and linked to Mark Twain's novels, short stories and work as a journalist.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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