EGL 320 02 Fall 2010 syllabus

EGL 320 02 Fall 2010 syllabus - EGL 320 Twentieth-Century...

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EGL 320: Twentieth-Century International Fiction and Poetry Eric Haralson, 1108 Humanities: MW 10:10-10:40, 12:45-1:30, F 10:10-10:40; [email protected] Course textbooks are available at both Stony Books and the University Bookstore: Charles Neider, ed., Great Short Stories of the Masters and Czeslaw Milosz, ed. A Book of Luminous Things . We will be reading short stories by distinguished international writers who produced primarily during the first half of the twentieth century. The second half will be represented by poems drawn from the anthology A Book of Luminous Things . We will be concerned with the question of how nationality might play a role in a piece of literature, but we will also seek to appreciate each work in its own right. Course requirements : Each of you will serve on a panel of presenters, giving background on and initiating discussion of a story or a set of poems of your choosing. You will write two 5-7 page papers , one on poetry and the other on a story, and I will work with you on revisions. Plagiarism will result in a trip to the Academic Judiciary, as well as raising the prospect of failing the course. Attendance
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2011 for the course EGL 204 taught by Professor Choi during the Spring '11 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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EGL 320 02 Fall 2010 syllabus - EGL 320 Twentieth-Century...

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