GERM-475 Exploring the Self: German Literary History
Level V course. The course investigates the particular contribution of the German literary tradition to the exploration of the self. In contrast to other European traditions, German literature can be viewed as focusing more pointedly on the experience of the individual rather than on depicting society at large. It is this perspective embedded in Germany's cultural tradition that will guide the readings in this course, which are drawn exclusively from canonical works of modern German literature.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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