FRENCH LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION:IM,EW ~ The study of major works of French literature. Selections may also include works from francophone literature (Canada, Africa, Madagascar, the Caribbean, etc.). Course content may vary with each offering; it may treat a major theme or it may focus on major authors, or a literary movement. This course fulfills the Interpretive Methods and Experiencing the World requirements.
Core: Experiencing the World; Interpretive Methods
JAPANESE LITERATURE~ This course introduces students to traditional Japanese literature in translation and explores the influence of other cultures, such as Chinese and Western, in the development of the literature of Japan.Genres studied include the novel, poetry, and theatre.
WORKSHOP~ Workshops may be taken Pass/No Credit only. Students may take no more than nine workshops for credit toward graduation. Workshops can be used as elective credit only.
THE QUIXOTE~ Cervantes' classic novel, Part I and selections from Part II. Also offered as SPAN 30200. Prerequisite: Spanish (200 or 20000).
Prerequisite: (SPAN 200 or SPAN 20000)