Class Meets: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1:00-1:50 pm
|Jan. 12, 14 &16||INTRODUCTION|
|Jan. 19||M. L. KING DAY|
|Jan. 21 & 23||Heart of Darkness|
|Jan. 26, 28 & 30||Totem and Taboo|
|Feb. 2, 4 & 6||The Trial|
|Feb. 9, 11 & 13||To the Lighthouse|
|Feb. 16, 18 & 20||Absalom, Absalom!|
|Feb. 23, 25 & 27||Waiting for Godot & R. and G. Are Dead|
|Mar. 2 through 6||MID-TERM BREAK|
|Mar. 9, 11& 13||This is Not a Pipe|
|Mar. 16, 18 & 20||The Crying of Lot 49|
|Mar. 23 & 25 & 27||Labyrinths (selections)|
|Mar. 30, Apr 1 & 3||Flaubert's Parrot|
|Apr. 6 & 8||Mao II|
|Apr. 10||SPRING BREAK|
|Apr. 13, 15 & 17||Beloved|
|Apr. 20, 22 & 24||REPORTS|
One short paper, one longer project, and several very brief weekly exercises will be required. There will be no exams.
Any student with a disability requiring accomodations in this class is encouraged to contact me after class or during office hours. Additionally, students should contact the Disabled Student Services office in the Ley Student Center.
POSTMODERN CULTURE: AN ELECTRONIC JOURNAL
A very interesting and ongoing journal that provides articles and links to related sites.
THE VOICE OF THE SHUTTLE: LITERARY THEORY PAGE
This is a great site for those interested in theory and Postmodernism.
Revised: June 1, 2000
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