Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies

Power, Money and Property

This course begins with the bawdy and turbulent 18th century, when invective, satire, the enlightenment, and the novel evolved. Students read the satire of Swift, Pope, and Dryden, and consider the effects of the Industrial Revolution on the Romantic sensibility of authors such as Byron, Wordsworth, and Keats. They witness the repression of the Victorian Age in works such as Jane Eyre and Hard Times.
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