Russian 13 final outline

Russian 13 final outline - Russian 13 Fall 2005 Final exam...

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Russian 13 Fall 2005 Final exam review sheet The final exam for this course will be held on Monday, December 5 from 9:00-11:00 am in Cook Auditorium (our regular classroom). Material: This exam will cover information from the readings and lectures from the entire term. Format: 25 multiple choice questions, one essay (choice out of two). Review your readings, lecture notes, and the PowerPoint lecture slides placed on the Russian 13 Blackboard site. The emphasis will be made on the last part of our course (all lectures and readings since the midterm), but you should also go over the midterm review sheet to make sure you know that information. Time: You will have two hours to complete this exam. Know the following items: Features of folktales folktale types of folktales (animal, magic, social, formula) magic tale (wondertale, fairy tale) social tale (tale of everyday life) Axel Olrik Olrik’s laws of folk narrative Collection and classification of folktales brothers Grimm Age of Exploration Romanticism search for national identity Alexander Afanas’ev Indo-European narratives
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This note was uploaded on 05/01/2008 for the course RUSS 13 taught by Professor .... during the Fall '05 term at Dartmouth.

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