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|ENGL 0100J - Cultures and Countercultures: The American Novel after World War II|
|ENGL 0100T - The Simple Art of Murder|
|ENGL 0100U - Serial Fictions|
|ENGL 0700H - Cultures and Countercultures: The American Novel after World War II|
|ENGL 0700T - American Literature and the Cold War|
|ENGL 1511N - Liberalism, Empire, and the American Novel|
|ENGL 1561M - American Literature and the Corporation|
|ENGL 1561V - Literature of the American Renaissance|
|ENGL 1760U - American Modernism and its Aftermaths|
|ENGL 2561Q - American Literature and Middle Class Labor|
|ENGL 2761D - The Neoliberal Imagination|
|ENGL 2761L - The Post-Slavery Imagination|