RUSS 0151

Golden Age Russian Literature

Russian Literature's Golden Age: 1830-1880 (in English)
Duels, ghosts, utopias, murders, prostitution, and adultery- these are the raw materials Russian authors turned into some of the world's greatest literature. This course is an introduction to Russian literature of the 19th century, from the short stories of Pushkin and Gogol to the great novels of Dostoevsky and Tolstoy. The centrality of literature in Russian society and the interrelations among the authors and texts will be discussed. How do the authors combine reality, fantasy, and philosophy to make these works both uniquely Russian and universal? 3 hrs. lect.
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Fall 2024

RUSS0151A-F24 Lecture (Portice)

Fall 2023

RUSS0151A-F23 Lecture (Portice)

Fall 2022

RUSS0151A-F22 Lecture (Portice)

Fall 2021

RUSS0151A-F21 Lecture (Portice)

Fall 2020

RUSS0151A-F20 Lecture (Portice)
RUSS0151Y-F20 Discussion (Portice)
RUSS0151Z-F20 Discussion (Portice)

Fall 2019

RUSS0151A-F19 Lecture (Walker)

Fall 2018

RUSS0151A-F18 Lecture (Beyer)

Fall 2017

RUSS0151A-F17 Lecture (Beyer)

Fall 2016

RUSS0151A-F16 Lecture (Beyer)

Spring 2016

RUSS0151A-S16 Lecture (Beyer)

Spring 2015

RUSS0151A-S15 Lecture (Beyer)

Fall 2013

RUSS0151A-F13 Lecture (Wieda)

Fall 2012

RUSS0151A-F12 Lecture (Wieda)
RUSS0151B-F12 Lecture (Wieda)

Spring 2012

RUSS0151A-S12 Lecture (Beyer)

Spring 2011

RUSS0151A-S11 Lecture (Beyer)

Spring 2010

RUSS0151A-S10 Lecture (Beyer)

Spring 2009

RUSS0151A-S09 Lecture (Beyer)

Fall 2007

RUSS0151A-F07 Lecture (Katz)

Fall 2006

RUSS0151A-F06 Lecture (Beyer)

Fall 2005

RUSS0151A-F05 Lecture (Beyer)

Fall 2004

RUSS0151A-F04 Lecture (Katz)

Fall 2003

RUSS0151A-F03 Lecture (Beyer)