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Literature in English Translation

Coordinator: Professor Manteiga

The following courses are offered in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures and may be used for major credit in comparative literature studies. They may not be used for major credit in English or languages. (CLA 391, 395, 396, 397 may be used for major credit in classics.)

Classics

391 Ancient Laughter: The Comic Tradition in Greece and Rome

395 Greek Mythology: Gods, Heroes, and Humans

396 Myths of Rome

397 Greek Myth and Tragedy

Comparative Literature Studies

250 Themes and Myths

335 Interdisciplinary Studies in Comparative Literature

350 Literary Theory and Criticism

450 Studies in Comparative Literature

French

391 Literature to 1789 in Translation

392 19th-Century Literature in Translation

393 20th-Century Literature in Translation

German

392 Masterpieces of German Literature

Italian

391, 392 Masterpieces of Italian Literature

395 Dante’s Divine Comedy

Russian

391, 392 Masterpieces of Russian Literature

The following courses are offered in the Department of English and may be used for credit in comparative literature studies and in English. They may not be used for major credit in languages.

English

160 Literatures of the World

335 Interdisciplinary Studies in Comparative Literature

350 Literary Theory and Criticism

366 Greek and Roman Drama

367 The Epic

468 Traditions of the Continental Novel

560 Studies in European Texts


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