Skip Navigation

Narrative Investigations II: Realism to Postmodernism

Semester and Year SP 2017
Course Number IDSEM-UG1289
Section 001
Instructor Stacy Pies
Days TR
Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Units 4
Level U
Foundation Requirement   HUM

Notes/Restrictions

Description

In this class we will continue to explore the concept of narrative and the way writers interrogate literary and social conventions. As we consider how stories shape our notions of history, love, social class, and sexual identity, we will examine how the thinking of readers, and stories, changed from the nineteenth century to the twentieth. We will follow the emergence of a new form of narration, whose protagonists include not only characters, but also time, place, the city, the reader, and language itself. We will read Flaubert’s  Madame Bovary , James Joyce's  Ulysses , as well as essays on film and narrative theory.

Syllabus

Link

Course Type

Interdisciplinary Seminars (IDSEM-UG)