Nonfiction Workshop

Creative Writing 340

Usual Description

The writing of personal narratives which employ the techniques of both the traditional essay and fiction, with an emphasis on nonfiction as a literary art form. Students will read work by modern and contemporary authors with an eye toward understanding the variety of modes which come under the current heading ‘creative nonfiction’ (memoir, meditation, travel, cultural critique, etc.), and will be asked to employ a number of these methods and approaches in their own work.

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Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Bernard Matambo
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Bernard Matambo
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Azita Osanloo
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Azita Osanloo
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Bernard Matambo
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Lynn Powell
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Sylvia Watanabe
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Azita Osanloo
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Lynn Powell
Creative Writing 340
Creative Writing 340
Creative Writing 340 Taught by Bernard Matambo