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WRPR0202

Writing To Heal

This writing-intensive course examines writing as a catalyst for healing after loss or grief. In a workshop focused on student writing, we will analyze the fiction, drama, poetry and creative nonfiction of Arthur Miller, Jane Austen, Frank McCourt, C.S. Lewis, Sharon Olds, William Wordsworth, Christopher Noel, Madeleine Blais, Susan Minot. Reading James W. Pennebaker's Opening Up and Louise DeSalvo's Writing As A Way of Healing will create a theoretical underpinning for our discussions. Assignments for this course will include formal analytical essays, creative work (published online), as well as electronic journals and oral presentations.
Subject:
Writing Program
Department:
Writing Program
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:
CW LIT
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

WRPR0202A-S15 Lecture (Bertolini)

Spring 2014

WRPR0202A-S14 Lecture (Bertolini)

Spring 2013

WRPR0202A-S13 Lecture (Bertolini)

Spring 2012

WRPR0202A-S12 Lecture (Bertolini)

Spring 2011

WRPR0202A-S11 Lecture (Bertolini)

Spring 2009

WRPR0202A-S09 Lecture (Bertolini)

Spring 2008

WRPR0202A-S08 Lecture (Bertolini)

Spring 2007

WRPR0202A-S07 Lecture

Spring 2006

WRPR0202A-S06 Lecture (Bertolini)

Spring 2004

WRPR0202A-S04 Lecture (Bertolini)