American Literature

American Literature is a survey of American Literature covering various authors and literary movements. Beginning with Puritan pastor Jonathan Edwards and ending with the writings of John Steinbeck, student in this class will explore a variety of time periods and movements in American Literature. The main focus of the American Literature is analyzing the works for theme, symbolism, plot and characterization. This class stretches students’ abilities to think critically and analyze literature. Grades 9th to 12th

Teacher Wendi Reed
Time Fall & Spring Tuesdays 8am EST
Class Duration 90 Minutes
30
Live Meetings
Homework Load Approximately one hour per day
Credits 1 English
Grade Range High School
Tuition $400.00

Virtual Classroom

Teacher Wendi Reed
Time Fall & Spring Tuesdays 8am EST
Class Duration 90 Minutes
30
Live Meetings
Homework Load Approximately one hour per day
Credits 1 English
Grade Range High School
Tuition $400.00

Materials

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, ISBN: 0486290735; Young Goodman Brown and Other Short Stories (Nathaniel Hawthorne), ISBN: 0486270602; The Raven and Other Favorite Poems (Edgar Allan Poe), ISBN: 0486266850; Humorous Stories and Sketches (Mark Twain), ISBN: 0486292797; The Red Badge of Courage (Stephen Crane), ISBN:1593081197 and more.

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