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SLAV 3160 Approaches to Russian Literature (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

The application to Russian literature of literary criticism and theory from Aristotle's Poetics up through traditional criticism, the Prague School, various types of structuralism, and deconstruction. The study of Russian literature in its native context receives special attention, with readings from Belinskij, Shklovskij, Baxtin, Lotman, and others.


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Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with: ENGL2250 ENGL3697

Comments: For undergraduates and non-Slavic graduate students, all readings are in English translation


Last Updated: 20-Dec-17