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ENGL.3330: American Autobiographies, 1600-1900

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Welcome to American Autobiographies, 1600-1900

A Study of autobiographical writing from Colonial America to the present. Works from the 17th to the 21st century will allow students to explore the genre of autobiography and related sub-genres, including the captivity narrative, the slave narrative, and the immigration narrative. Readings will also explore literary and political autobiographies.

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