ENGL-330 – Postcolonial Literature
|Points:||20||Prerequisites:||As for ENGL 307|
|Faculty:||Humanities & Soc Sc||Corequisites:||None|
|School:||English, Film, Theatre, Media||Restrictions:||None|
This course considers the impact of British colonial expansion on the development of modern fiction, with a particular focus on novels written in the 20th century. The novels discussed represent a variety of different national literatures and are considered in the contexts of their historical and cultural production. Recent post-colonial debates provide the theoretical framework for discussion. 100% internal assessment.
ENGL 330 Student Notes;
Lu Xun, Real Story of Ah-Q;
Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart;
Andrea Levy, Small Island;
Jean Binta Breeze, Third-World Girl: Selected Poems;
Sok-yong Hwang, The Guest;
Yong-Ha Kim, Your Republic is Calling You;
Suji Kwok Kim, Notes from the Divided Country;
Tusiata Avia, Bloodclot.
Available from vicbooks, Ground Floor Easterfield Building, Kelburn Parade.
1 hour per week tba.
Trimester 1 2014
* indicates instructor is the course coordinator.
|CRN||From/To||Days||Time||Building [Campus]||Room||Instructor||8620||3 Mar – 20 Apr 2014||Tue, Thu||1410 - 1500||Murphy [Kelburn]||LT220||Dougal McNeill*||5 May – 8 Jun 2014||Tue, Thu||1410 - 1500||Murphy [Kelburn]||LT220|
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