Course Description

Creativity as a distinct practice of expression and investigation is a key function of art and learning. Students analyze the role of creativity in the making and criticism of literary objects, including poetry, short stories, novels, and more. Accounting for historical models of literary invention and other associated terms (such as genius and taste), students examine the role of creativity and its value in writing, scholarship, and the everyday circumstances of our lives.

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