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EN 2310
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The theme of this junior-level course is that writers make choices. Undergraduates are sometimes reluctant to acknowledge a difference between creative writing and personal expression. The process of imitating necessarily begins with analysis: before students can adopt the voice of a given writer, they must have a strong understanding of how that voice is constructed. By dissecting and inhabiting diverse styles, students eventually move out of their resting voice, and they come to realize that seemingly dissimilar works share a strict attention to language. At the conclusion of the course, students demonstrate through written work and class discussion an increased ability to understand and appreciate various writing styles, and the choices writers make throughout the writing process. (Formerly SLC 3060)