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RUSS-483 Pushkin: Eugene Onegin
Fall for 2014-2015
A close reading of the text and analysis of the themes and structure of Pushkin's novel in verse, accompanied by the study of its historical, cultural, and literary contexts. Primary text will be read in Russian (with parallel English text available), and class discussions will be conducted primarily in Russian. Students will write several brief assignments in Russian and a longer research paper in English.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: Russ-212 or Russ-214 or permission of instructor
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