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CHILDREN'S STUDIES (L66)  (Dept. Info)Arts & Sciences  (Policies)FL2024

L66 ChSt 316WTopics in American Literature: Girls' Fiction3.0 Units
Description:Little Goody Two Shoes taught morality and the alphabet to the poor children of her village and eventually rode in a coach and six; Nancy Drew drove a blue roadster (later a convertible and still later a hybrid) while solving crimes and bringing justice to the town of River Heights. Between these two landmark characters lie the two and a half centuries of rich and diverse fiction for girls that will be at the center of this writing-intensive course. After grounding our studies by reading selected works from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, we will concentrate on twentieth-century productions, beginning with the surprisingly progressive serial fiction produced by the Stratemeyer Syndicate and others in the early 1900s. (Titles such as The Motor Girls, The Moving Picture Girls, and The Outdoor Girls advertise the series´ departure from domestic settings.) Throughout our study of both popular and classic texts, we will investigate the social, political and familial roles for girls that the texts imagine. Major genres will include mysteries, frontier fiction, career fiction, domestic fiction, school stories, and fantasy. Authors will include Newbery, Alcott, Montgomery, Wilder, Lindgren, L'Engle, and "Carolyn Keene." Writing Intensive. Satisfies the Twentieth Century and later requirement.
Attributes:A&S IQHUM, WIArchHUMArtHUMBUHUMENHUCollENL
Instruction Type:Classroom instruction Grade Options:CPA Fees:
Course Type:IdentSame As:L14 316W  L77 3121  L98 3121Frequency:None / History
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01-T-R---1:00P-2:20PTBAPawlNo final141524
Actions:Books
02-T-R---4:00P-5:20PTBAPawlNo final151516
Actions:Books
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