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ENCW 302 - Chekhov and Munro: The Masters


CR: 3
Prerequisite: ENCW 101 or a 200-level ENCW course. Commonly referred to as the inventor of the modern short story, Chekhov remains - for many readers and writers - the supreme master of the form. His contemporary counterpart is Alice Munro, born in 1931, winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize and often referred to as “Canada’s Chekhov.” This course is a tour through some of Munro and Chekhov’s most beloved short fiction, aided by biographical and critical appreciations. Students will complete both creative and analytical assignments. III.W, V.2, V.6b



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