Fall ’22–ENGL 700: Poetry, Landscape, and Identity

ENGL 700: Poetry, Landscape, and Identity
Professor: Dr. Lauren Rule Maxwell
Location: The Citadel
Time: Tuesday 5:30 – 8:15

In this course, students will explore possibilities of poetic form and language as they consider the relationship between poetry and landscape. After learning terminology that will aid in discussing and writing about poetry, students will closely read a range of poems from different genres and historical moments with attention to the ways in which poets engage issues of subjectivity and identity through figuration of landscapes. Units will include studies of British Romantic poetry, representations of American places and spaces, and examinations of 20th– and 21st-century poems about Civil War monuments.

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