Course Description
LIT211 Native American Literature (3-0-3)

This course introduces students to the large and diverse array of literature produced by Native Americans in North America, from pre-contact oral literature to contemporary writings in English. Genres studied include any or all of the following: myths; chants, ceremonies, and rituals; songs; speeches; personal narratives; essays; poems; short stories and novels. The course concentrates on post-contact literature, especially on the issues faces by men and women of native descent in the United States. PR: ENG 123

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