Late Victorian and Edwardian Fiction
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
A study of the changes in fiction as the Victorian period gives way to the modern age; focus on late-Victorian authors such as Hardy, Stevenson, and Wilde, and on pre-World War I figures such as Wells, Bennett, and early Woolf; issues include fin-de-siecle movements, the rise of information technology, the New Woman and the Dandy, imperial decline; conflicts between realism and neo-romanticism.
Note: Credit will be granted for only one of 381, 384.
Formerly: part of 384
Undergraduate course in English offered by the Department of English in the Faculty of Humanities.