Modern European Novel

Description: Seminar, three hours. Designed for upper-division literature majors. Study of modern European novel's development from 19th to 21st century. Use of authors such as Hardy, Strindberg, Lagerkvist, Gide, Proust, Mann, Joyce, Kafka, Woolf, Nabokov, Grass, Christa Wolf, and Enquist to focus on development of themes such as shifting authority, gender conflicts, change versus stability, formal experimentation, and self-consciousness in narrative. May be concurrently scheduled with course C264. Undergraduate students may read all works in translation but are encouraged to read in original language whenever possible. P/NP or letter grading.

Units: 5.0
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Easiness 1.8/ 5
Clarity 3.3/ 5
Workload 1.5/ 5
Helpfulness 4.2/ 5
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