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Moriel/275/S08/1 COMPARATIVE LITERATURE / WOMEN'S STUDIES 275 WORLD LITERATURE BY WOMEN Dr. Liora Moriel Section 0301, MW, 2:00-3:15 Room: KEY 0125 Office Hours : by appointment E-mail : [email protected] Required Texts The Handmaid’s Tale (Margaret Atwood), any edition Meena, Heroine of Afghanistan (Melody E. Chavis) ISBN 0-312-30690-3 The Bastard of Istambul (Elif Shafak) ISBN 978-0-14-311271-6 Women of Sand and Myrrh (Hanan al-Sheikh) ISBN 0-385-42358-6 Oranges Aren’t the Only Fruit (Jeanette Winterson), any edition Kitchen (Banana Yoshimoto), any edition A Small Place (Jamaica Kincaid), any edition Films The Handmaid’s Tale (VHS PN1997.H2583 1990) @ HB 9/29 & 10/1 The Joy Luck Club (Videodisc PN1997.J688 1994) @HB 10/6 & 10/8 Hollywood harems (VHS, 25min. N1995.9.W6 H65 1999 ) @  HB Dial access 10/17-31 Mon coeur est témoin (VHS, 56min. HQ1870.9.M66 1996)  @  HB Dial access 10/17-31 Heavenly Creatures (Videodisc PN1997.H4146 1995) HB 11/17 & 11/19 De cierta manera ( VHS PN1997 .D34 1988 ) @  HB 12/1 Life and Debt ( http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5277094596195828118 ) ONLINE SCHEDULE OF READINGS/VIEWINGS/ASSIGNMENTS Note: Reading assignments are slated for the day noted. If a work is scheduled for a certain day, it must be READ/VIEWED, not begun , by that day. Moreover, the work must be reflected upon: make notes, jot ideas for discussion, and note the questions you need answered for more complete understanding.
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