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C LIT 362 A: Topics in Modern Literature

Meeting Time: 
MW 12:30pm - 2:20pm
Location: 
SAV 132
SLN: 
23196
Joint Sections: 
ENGL 337 B
Instructor:
Leroy Searle

Syllabus Description:

Comparative Literature 362A, with English 337B:  World Modernism

MW 12:30-2:30, SAV 132                        Professor Leroy Searle

office hours:  M, T, W  3:00 PM  (in the HUB, ground floor, mezzanine)

                                              Email: lsearle@u.washington.edu

                                              Phone: 206 409 8878

Course web site:  

http://uwch-4.humanities.washington.edu/classes/362

 

 

This course is primarily a READING and discussion course, examining the development of varieties of 'modernism' from the late 1890s to the present.  The scope will include work from Irish, English, German, Turkish, Syrian, Nigerian, and South African writers. There will be brief weekly assignments on assigned reading, including a quiz each week, two short written assignments, and a final examination with questions on assigned reading.  The course is not listed as a ‘W’ course. Arrangements can be made individually if you need 'W' credit, by completing a longer term paper on a topic worked out with the instructor. 

 

 

Joyce, James   Dubliners   ISBN:-13: 978-0486268                    

Dover Thrift, 1991                     

 

Joseph Conrad  Heart Of Darkness ISBN:      13: 978-0486264646             

Dover Thrift, 1990       

          

Virginia Woolf To The Lighthouse ISBN:      13: 978-0156907                

Harcourt,1989               

 

Robert Musil, Man Without Qualities, Vol 1 ISBN: 13: 978-0679767          

Vintage, 1996               

 

Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar,  The Time Regulation Institute ISBN: 13: 978-0143106  

Vintage, 2014               

 

Zakaria Tamer, Breaking Knees    ISBN:      13: 978-1902932453             

Periscope, 2017               

 

Chinua Achebe, Things Fall Apart ISBN:      13: 978-0385474                

Anchor, 1994               

 

J.M. Coetzee   Disgrace          ISBN:      13: 978-0143115                

Penguin, 2008               

 

 

Catalog Description: 
Explores topics in literature and cultures of the modern world (approximately 1800-present) across national and regional cultures, such as particular movements, authors, genres, themes, or problems.
Department Requirements Met: 
Literature Core
GE Requirements Met: 
Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts (VLPA)
Credits: 
5.0
Status: 
Active
Last updated: 
October 17, 2018 - 9:13pm
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