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LITR 400 - Narrative in Literature and Film


A study of the aesthetic parallels in narrative technique between certain prose forms (novel, novella, romance, satire) and film as a means of enhancing verbal, visual and cultural literacy. This course will comprehend films from the origin of cinema to the present, as well as a variety of literary works from multiple periods, showing how they have worked in tandem to engender social constructs and the cultural heritage.

Credit Hours: 3 hrs
Prerequisites:   and one 300-level LITR course
Class Restrictions: Sophomore standing
Graduate Credit: This is an undergraduate course available to graduate students for graduate credit.
Last Updated: Graduate Credit 07/2011; Links 06/2011


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