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Douglas Biow, Director MEZ 3.126, Mailcode A1800, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-232-3470

Spring 2007

EUS 361 • Masterpieces of French Fiction

Unique Days Time Location Instructor
35885 TTh
3:30 PM-5:00 PM
BEN 1.106
DAWSON, R

Course Description

In this course, the students will be reading selected masterpieces of French fiction from the Middle Ages to the present in English translation. The goal of this course is to have the students learn not only about the essentials of literary analysis and how this applies to French literature in general, but also to enable students to examine books within their wider historical and cultural contexts.(

Grading Policy

exam 1: 20%((exam 2: 30%((oral presentation: 15%((paper based on the oral presentation: 15%(

Texts

Depending on the availability of texts, readings will include the following in whole or in excerpts: ( anon., The Song of Roland Marguerite de Navarre, The Heptameron Mmme. de Lafayette, The Princess of Cleves Marivaux, The Games of Love and Chance Voltaire, Candid; or The Huron Indian Beaumarchais, The Barber of Seville Chateaubriand, Rene Musset, The Whims of Marianne Flaubert, Mme Bovary selections from Proust a novel from the French Caribbean or French Africa a film and text: possibly Hiroshima, Mon Amour

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