Literature Courses

Literature Studies

Members have access to full course content for independent study.

Scheduled group classes range from 1 to 16 weeks in length.

 

L116: Virginia Woolf

L134: Banned Books: Huckleberry Finn

L143: Brave New World

L200 Proust & Flaubert 

L210 Daisy Miller - Henry James

L211 Poe and Hawthorne Short Works

L230 Italo Calvino Short Stories

L231 Paul Yoon Short Stories

L232 Kevin Moffett & Nam Le Short Stories

L233 Chekhov Short Stories (Form and Setting)

L234 Barth and Borges (Form and Content)

L235 Hemingway Short Stories (Dialogue and Exposition)

L236 Faulkner Short Stories (Setting and POV)

L237 Ray Bradbury Short Stories

L300 A Lesson Before Dying (Ernest Gaines)

L301 If on a winter's night a traveler (Calvino)

L302 Middlemarch

L303 The Great Gatsby

L304 The Death of Ivan Ilych

L305 Things Fall Apart

L306 Swann's Way - Proust

L307 Mrs. Dalloway

L308 One Hundred Years of Solitude

L309 Their Eyes Were Watching God

L310 The Moons of Jupiter 

 

 

UPCOMING CLASSES

 New Classes Begin Every Week.
All courses are free to members. 

 

L401 Slouching Towards Bethlehem - Joan Didion (July 18)

B105 Punctuation (July 19)

B101 WVU Orientation (July 19)

MFA103 Creativity and the Cumulative Sentence (July 20)

L238 Alice Munro - Runaway (July 25)

B101 WVU Orientation (July 26)

MFA215 Inflection, Tone and Pitch (July 27)

MFA159 Flash Fiction - Smart Surprise (July 27)

MFA404 Writing for Online and Print Markets (July 28)

MFA755 Writing Linked Short Stories or the Novel-in-stories Part 1 (July 31)