Nov 17, 2019  
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CRWR 223 Craft and Process Seminar in Fiction: Fiction Writers and Censorship


Course emphasizes research, writing, and discussion of creative processes of successful writers, among them Lawrence, Flaubert, Hurston, Wright, Selby, Joyce, and Burroughs, who have been forced to confront directly forms of censorship or marginalization. Writers must be free to draw on their strongest material and use their best, most authentic, telling voices. However, writers often confront external or internal inhibitions: outright legal challenges, vocal attacks upon certain types of stories, subtle publishing prejudices, or self-censoring.

Repeatable: N
Formerly 59-2304
Co-requisites   CRWR 250 Fiction Workshop: Intermediate  
Minimum Credits 3 Maximum Credits 3



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