Fall 2015 The Doing and Undoing of Genres in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
French, as FREN-330
Formerly listed as: FREN-30
Course (Login required) Faculty Rosalina M. de la Carrera (Section 01) Description
This course explores the formation and transformation of various genres in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century literature, with a particular focus announced each time the course is offered. The topic for 2015-16 is: "The Eighteenth-Century Novel and Theater in France." Readings will include texts by Diderot, Voltaire, Marivaux, Prévost, Laclos, and Beaumarchais. Conducted in French.
Requisite: One of the following--FREN 207, 208, 311 or equivalent. Fall semester. Professor de la Carrera.
Cost: 40.00 ? Keywords Attention to Writing
Languages Other Than English Course times and locations FREN 330 - L/D Section 01 M 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM CHAP 210 W 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM CHAP 210 F 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM CHAP 210 Textbooks
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9782035842619 Manon Lescaut Larousse Abbé Prévost Amherst Books TBD
9782035859211 Les Liaisons dangereuses Larousse Laclos Amherst Books TBD
9782035865984 Le Mariage de Figaro Larousse Beaumarchais Amherst Books TBD
9782070360574 La Religieuse Gallimard Diderot Amherst Books TBD
9782080711786 Entretiens sur le Fils Flammarion Diderot Amherst Books TBD
9782081231481 Le Paysan parvenu Flammarion Marivaux Amherst Books TBD
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