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Climate Fiction

This course includes both critical reading and creative writing. The emphasis is on close-reading and literary analysis skills, with a focus on particular topics, themes, or literary genres. Students will respond to literary texts through critical analysis and through original creative writing by way of imitation, rewriting, and reinterpretation.

Section: IHENG-195-03
Credits: 4
Faculty: William J Stroup
Days: MW
Times: 10:00AM‑11:45AM (MW)
Start/End Date: 08/28/23 - 12/15/23
Instruction Method: Lecture-based Learning
Comments: This course will focus on recent novels that respond with complexartistry to the realities of climate change. Books will likelyinclude The Overstory by Richard Powers, Station Eleven by EmilySt. John Mandel, Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doerr, and others.Student will write both critical essays and creative worksemerging out of their own places and identities. Dr. Stroup.

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