Modern Irish Literature
Formerly: part of ENGL 433
Focuses on the literature that responded to Ireland's turbulent socio-political history from roughly 1900 to World War II. Includes the Irish literary revival and responses to various movements associated with modernism. Comparative treatment of Irish literature in dialogue with English, American and continental European literature. Authors may include Wilde, Shaw, O'Casey, George Moore, Yeats, Gregory, Joyce, Bowen and Beckett.
- Credit will be granted for only one of ENGL 433A, ENGL 433.