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Reading Like A Writer: A Close Reading of Contemporary American Short Stories

Monday, 01:15 PM - 02:45 PM: GWZ 2.5 16
Spring Term 2011
Shannon Cain

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This class will study the contemporary American short story through the viewpoint of the writer of literary fiction. Through close reading, we will examine authorial choices such as narrative distance, characterization, setting, tone, subtext, and discover the impact of those choices on the story.


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