Syllabus - : Plato, Symposium (xerox) N.B. FIRST ESSAY DUE...

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VIC 201 Y J. Patrick Ancient and Mediaeval Literary Modes 27 Birge-Carnegie Library T1-2; R1-2; seminars, R3-4; 4-5 (416) 585-4440 (voice mail) NF 113 Office hours: Thurs 2:15-3:00 F IRST T ERM S CHEDULE Week 1 (September 14) : general introduction to the course; discussion of preliminary issues, texts, and requirements (including essays and examinations); Sept. 16: Odyssey Bk.1-2 Week 2(September 21, 23) : Odyssey Bks. 3-8 Week 3 (September 28, 30) : Odyssey Bks. 9-16 Week 4 (October 5, 7) : Odyssey Bks. 17-24; conclusion N.B. FIRST ASSIGNMENT DUE Week 5 (October 12, 14) : Homer, Iliad Bks 1-13 (selections) Week 6 (October 19, 21) : Iliad Bks 14-24 (selections) Week 7 (October 26, 28) : Sappho (selections—xerox) Week 8 (November 2, 4) : Virgil, Aeneid Bks 1-6 [no class, Nov. 2] Week 9 (November 9, 11) : Aeneid Bks. 7-12 S ECOND ASSIGNMENT DUE Week 10 (November 16, 18) : Aeschylus, Oresteia : Agamemnon Week 11 (November 23, 25) : Oresteia : Libation Bearers; Eumenides Week 12 (November 30, Dec. 2) : Plato, Phaedrus (xerox) Week 13 (December 7, 9 )
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Unformatted text preview: : Plato, Symposium (xerox) N.B. FIRST ESSAY DUE DEC. 13 — ———————————————————————————————————————————— T ERM W ORK First term : first assignment (7.5%); second assignment (10%); first essay (15%); first term test—taken at beginning of second term (12.5%); participation grade (5%)=50% Second term : second essay (20%); end of second term test (20%); participation grade (10%) =50% ———————————————————————————————————————————— R EQUIRED T EXTS (first term only) Homer, Odyssey , trans. Lattimore (Harper); Iliad , trans. Fagles (Penguin); Aeschylus, Oresteia , trans. Fagles (Penguin); Virgil, Aeneid , trans. Mandelbaum (Bantam) All texts have been ordered at The Bob Miller Bookroom, 180 Bloor St. West (please ask for Carol Vine) <[email protected]>...
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