ENG 2150, Introduction to Women Writers, Fall 2016 D539

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ENG 2150, Introduction to Women Writers, Fall 2016 D539
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Department
English
Course Code
ENG 2150
Semester / Year
Fall 2016
Course Description

Essays, fiction, drama, and poems by 20th and 21st century women writers. We’ll be examining the ways women writers explore themes such as mother/daughter relationships, courtship and marriage, mind and body.

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