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116 - The Study of American Short Stories by Distinguished Authors
June 5 - June 9
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Cost - $40.00
ENGR 201

Adventure into the world of literature told by some of the best contemporary short story writers. A short story is quality fiction, but it is short, unlike a novel, and is absorbed in one sitting. It’s always been America’s own typical form of literary expression. We’ll study the “best” from the book, "The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction"., SHORTER SEVENTH EDITION, which is available on Amazon. Each of us will bring our unique experiences & our intellectual interpretation of the stories, resulting in some lively and thoughtful discussion. Specific stories to be studied will be confirmed later.

Course Instructor: Roberta Klebanoff American Short Stories: received her BA from Hunter College, NY, and M.ED from the University of Maryland. She has taught English and writing in secondary schools and colleges in Maryland and Mission Viejo, CA. In 1997, she ventured to China where she taught Oral English, reading comprehension, and Understanding American Culture. She has also taught in Germany, Alaska, and Italy. At the present time, she is tutoring college students at Palm Desert Community College in expository writing and essays exploring the elements of fiction.