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CHIN-360 Chinese Literary Dream Texts
Offered academic year 2012-2013
Faculty:
  • Kafalas, Philip
  • A reading and discussion class examining traditional Chinese writings about dreams, including passages from historical and philosophical texts, fiction, plays, and dream interpretation manuals. All readings are in Classical Chinese or late-imperial vernacular, with glosses. Dreams will be viewed as manifestations of psychology, links to the other-worldly, harbingers of fate, images of desire, and narrative devices. (This course does not fulfill the humanities and writing General Education requirements.) Prerequisite: CHIN-362 or equivalent.
    Credits: 3
    Prerequisites: CHIN-362 or equivalent
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