Learn some "Versailles"-tility, We're headed for a long "COLD", "Night"
An integrated study of conflict and survival in U.S. History and American Literature from World War 1 to the present. Conflict is an inescapable part of life. Understanding the causes of internal and external conflicts is essential if humans are to ever be able to resolve them. Throughout history conflict has manifested itself in wars, genocide and hostilities between nations, as well as within people themselves. This impacts the world of literature through its poetry, short stories, memoirs, etc. By studying the causes and effects of major world conflicts students will be able tomake connections between the actual historical events and the effects of historical events and the effects of history on popular culture in the corresponding eras.