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CCAS 3000 : Dystopian Visions
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences (CCAS)
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Columbian College of Arts and Science (CCAS)
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Senator Rand Paul
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The history of the dystopian novel and its application to current events; utopian literature and the dystopian response to utopian ideas.
1. Understand the history of the dystopian novel as a response to utopian ideas.
2. Analyze dystopian fiction and apply the concepts of utopia and dystopia to contemporary society.
3. Become literate in utopia and dystopian history and become able to contrast and compare it to contemporary society.
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ENGLISH DYSTOPIAN NOVEL.docx
Dystopian Novel Syllabus 3-28-17.docx
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