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LITS0705

Senior Colloquium

Senior Colloquium in Literary Studies
Although it is required of all Literary Studies senior majors, this course is intended for students working in any discipline who seek a close encounter with some of the greatest achievements of the literary imagination. In addition to being understood as distinctive artistic and philosophical accomplishments, the six major works which constitute the reading list will also be seen as engaged in a vital, overarching cultural conversation across temporal and geographical boundaries that might otherwise seem insurmountable. The texts for this semester are: Homer, The Odyssey; Tolstoy, War and Peace; Dostoevsky, The Brothers Karamazov; Mann, The Magic Mountain; Proust, Swann’s Way; Joyce, Ulysses. (Open to non-majors with the approval of the instructor.) 3 hrs., seminar.
Subject:
Literary Studies
Department:
Program in Literary Studies
Division:
Literature
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
ENGL0705
ENAM0705

Sections

Fall 2016

LITS0705A-F16 Seminar (Donadio)

Fall 2015

LITS0705A-F15 Seminar (Donadio)

Fall 2014

LITS0705A-F14 Seminar (Donadio)

Fall 2013

LITS0705A-F13 Seminar (Bertolini)

Fall 2012

LITS0705A-F12 Lecture (Donadio)

Fall 2011

LITS0705A-F11 Lecture (Donadio)

Fall 2010

LITS0705A-F10 Lecture (Donadio)

Fall 2009

LITS0705A-F09 Lecture (Donadio)

Fall 2008

LITS0705A-F08 Lecture (Donadio)

Fall 2007

LITS0705A-F07 Lecture (Donadio)

Fall 2006

LITS0705A-F06 Lecture (Bertolini)

Fall 2005

LITS0705A-F05 Lecture (Donadio)

Fall 2004

LITS0705A-F04 Lecture (Donadio)

Fall 2003

LITS0705A-F03 Lecture (Donadio)