The short story is sometimes an under-appreciated art form. We’re led to believe that smaller…
Throughout American history, some writers have told stories full of universal truths and deep connections to time and place that make them stand out among all the writers of their time. In the 20th century, American writers were exploring new questions of identity, changing social attitudes, and sometimes frightening international policies.
This course explores some of the most influential American writers of the 20th century and the works that make them literary giants.
Duration: 10 days
Time: 5 minutes/day
Format: One episode a day via email
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