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Telling True Stories provides students with the opportunity to consolidate, apply, and further develop previously attained skills and critical approaches in literary studies through a focus on the craft, theory, and ethics of nonfiction writing.
The intention is to advance students' understanding of how forms of writing both inhabit and challenge generic boundaries and to enhance their ability to write in specific nonfiction subgenres such as journalism, biography, nature writing, or experimental nonfiction among others.
Students will read a range of nonfiction genres and will have the opportunity to reflect critically and creatively on the stylistic and generic aspects of these readings.
This topic aims to:
Timetable details for 2021 are no longer published.
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