ENGL 327 Modern European Literature

Study of the literature of modernism in terms of influence, development, and its interaction with the other arts within the context of continental Europe. Might include figures such as Marcel Proust, Franz Kafka, Rainer Maria Rilke, and Thomas Mann; movements such as Surrealism and Expressionism; and specific historical-geographical contexts such as the Habsburg Empire and interbellum Paris.




Offered on occasion