ENGL 1153 Women and Russian Literature (in translation) (Fall: 3 )
A study of the representations of women in Russian literary works from the Kievan period to date, with a special emphasis on classical and post-modern literature. An exploration of the notions of the "strong woman" versus the "superfluous man", and of "terrible perfection", a discussion of the utility of these concepts in characterizing the literary representations.
Instructor(s): Cynthia Simmons
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Comments: All texts read in English translation
Last Updated: 06-Mar-15