Designed to expand a cadet's view beyond the cultural boundaries of canonical literature, this course examines a diverse collection of texts, ranging from works like Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, Momaday's The Ancient Child, and Allende's The House of Spirits. The most recent iteration of the course has focused on African-American literature. Whatever the focus, you will have the chance to choose a writer or an artist as the subject of an independent project.
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