Contemporary literature is literature written after World War II through the current day. Works of contemporary literature reflect a society's social and/or political viewpoints, shown through realistic characters, connections to current events and socioeconomic messages. The writers are looking for trends that illuminate societal strengths and weaknesses to remind society of lessons they should learn and questions they should ask. Popular literature includes those writings intended for the masses and those that find favour with large audiences. It can be distinguished from artistic literature in that it is designed primarily to entertain.
This is a course specifically for students taking up BSEd English.
- Teacher: MARIA INES MINIA
- Enrolled students: 15