Middlebury

GRMN6610

Intro Literary Analysis

An Introduction to Literary Analysis (“Schreibprozesse”)

This course combines creative writing in German with literary theory and will help develop aesthetic sensibilities by looking at sample literary texts and the methods they use to create their effects. What do metaphors, allegories, poems, stories, or dramatic scenes of others ‘feel’ like if they are read or if they are written by oneself? What makes images into a poem, or a text into a film? The study of the (literary) metaphor, the tonal quality of poetic speech, and the processes involved in transposing one medium into another will help students explore their own literary-creative potential.

A reader will be made available.
Subject:
German
Department:
German
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:
Literature
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Summer 2015 Language Schools

GRMN6610A-L15 Lecture

Summer 2014 Language Schools

GRMN6610A-L14 Lecture (Speier)

Summer 2013

GRMN6610A-L13 Lecture (Speier)

Summer 2012

GRMN6610A-L12 Lecture (Speier)

Summer 2011

GRMN6610A-L11 Lecture (Speier)

Summer 2010

GRMN6610A-L10 Lecture (Speier)

Summer 2009

GRMN6610A-L09 Lecture (Speier)

Summer 2008

GRMN6610A-L08 Lecture (Haerter)

Summer 2007

GRMN6610A-L07 Lecture (Speier)

Summer 2006

GRMN6610A-L06 Lecture (Haerter)

Summer 2005

GRMN6610A-L05 Lecture (Speier)

Summer 2004

GRMN6610A-L04 Lecture (Hartmann)