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FREN0221

From Romanticism to Modernism

From Romanticism to Modernism
The 19th and 20th centuries were marked by social and political revolutions and by literary and artistic movements that changed our attitudes to art and to ourselves, including romanticism, realism, symbolism, surrealism, and existentialism. We will study literary texts, artistic and philosophical movements, and the social circumstances that conditioned them. Close readings of the texts (including prose, drama, and poetry) will develop critical vocabulary and writing skills. Authors may include Hugo, Balzac, Flaubert, Baudelaire, Gide, Camus, Sartre, and Francophone writers. (FREN 0210 or placement) 3 hrs. lect./disc. (1 additional hour for CW, Fall).
Subject:
French
Department:
French
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
EUR LIT LNG
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

FREN0221A-S15 Lecture (LaBrada)
FREN0221B-S15 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)

Fall 2014

FREN0221A-F14 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221B-F14 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221C-F14 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221D-F14 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221Z-F14 Discussion (Nunley)

Spring 2014

FREN0221A-S14 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)
FREN0221B-S14 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)

Fall 2013

FREN0221A-F13 Lecture (Crouzieres-Ingenthron)
FREN0221B-F13 Lecture (Crouzieres-Ingenthron)
FREN0221C-F13 Lecture (Weber)
FREN0221D-F13 Lecture (Weber)

Spring 2013

FREN0221A-S13 Lecture (Weber)
FREN0221B-S13 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)

Fall 2012

FREN0221A-F12 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221B-F12 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221C-F12 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221D-F12 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221Z-F12 Discussion (Nunley)

Spring 2012

FREN0221A-S12 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221B-S12 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)

Fall 2011

FREN0221A-F11 Lecture (Creedon)
FREN0221B-F11 Lecture (Creedon)
FREN0221C-F11 Lecture (Creedon)
FREN0221D-F11 Lecture (Creedon)

Spring 2011

FREN0221A-S11 Lecture (Tworek)
FREN0221B-S11 Lecture (Tworek)

Fall 2010

FREN0221A-F10 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)
FREN0221B-F10 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)
FREN0221C-F10 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)
FREN0221D-F10 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)

Spring 2010

FREN0221A-S10 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221B-S10 Lecture (Nunley)

Fall 2009

FREN0221A-F09 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)
FREN0221B-F09 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)
FREN0221C-F09 Lecture (Crouzieres-Ingenthron)
FREN0221D-F09 Lecture (Crouzieres-Ingenthron)

Spring 2009

FREN0221A-S09 Lecture (Crouzieres-Ingenthron)
FREN0221B-S09 Lecture (Crouzieres-Ingenthron)

Fall 2008

FREN0221A-F08 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221B-F08 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221C-F08 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221D-F08 Lecture (Humbert)

Spring 2008

FREN0221A-S08 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221B-S08 Lecture (Doran)

Fall 2007

FREN0221A-F07 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221B-F07 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221C-F07 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221D-F07 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221Z-F07 Discussion (Nunley)

Spring 2007

FREN0221A-S07 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221B-S07 Lecture (Crouzieres-Ingenthron)

Fall 2006

FREN0221A-F06 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221B-F06 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221C-F06 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221D-F06 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221Z-F06 Discussion (Nunley)

Spring 2006

FREN0221A-S06 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221B-S06 Lecture (Doran)

Fall 2005

FREN0221A-F05 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)
FREN0221B-F05 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)
FREN0221C-F05 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)
FREN0221D-F05 Lecture (Barbaud-McWilliams)

Spring 2005

FREN0221A-S05 Lecture (Nunley)
FREN0221B-S05 Lecture (Nunley)

Fall 2004

FREN0221A-F04 Lecture (Ladimer)
FREN0221B-F04 Lecture (Ladimer)
FREN0221C-F04 Lecture (Ladimer)
FREN0221D-F04 Lecture (Ladimer)
FREN0221E-F04 Lecture (Nunley)

Spring 2004

FREN0221A-S04 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221B-S04 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221C-S04 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221D-S04 Lecture (Humbert)

Fall 2003

FREN0221A-F03 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221B-F03 Lecture (Crouzieres-Ingenthron)
FREN0221C-F03 Lecture (Humbert)
FREN0221D-F03 Lecture (Crouzieres-Ingenthron)