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The Spiritual Imagination in Contemporary Literature



A study of how selected American writers have imagined transcendence and the life of the spirit, as well as a consideration of the relationship of poetic and religious language. Authors to be studied include: Christian Wiman, Fanny Howe, Franz Wright, Mary Szybist, Anne Carson and others.

Satisfies the Philosophical and Religious Perspectives Requirement.

Counts for the LIT minor.