LIT 300: World Literature - Elliot

Norbert ElliotInstructor: Dr. Norbert Elliot

Course Description: Literature 330 offers students an opportunity to enhance their understanding of contemporary global interactions by exploring a diverse array of culturally expressive artifacts--novels, short stories, and poems--groups geographically by region.  Course readings represent the following regions:  North America; Latin American and the Caribbean; and Australia and Oceania.

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Lecture 01: Understanding World Literature in a Global Context Video
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Lecture 02: Writing About Literature Video
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Lecture 03: The Poetry of North America in the 1st Half of the 20th Century Video
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Lecture 04: The Poetry of North America in the 2nd Half of the 20th Century Video
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Lecture 05: The Study of Toni Morrison's Beloved Video
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Lecture 06: Toni Morrison's Beloved (continued) Video
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Lecture 07: The Study of Maxine Hong Kingston Video
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Lecture 08: The Study of North American Short Fiction Video
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Lecture 09: A Discussion About Modern North American Poetry Video
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Lecture 10: Gabriel Garcia Martinez:  A History of Latin America and the Caribbean Video
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Lecture 11: Jorge Luis Borges Video
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Lecture 12: Gabriel Garcia Marquez -- Love in the Time of Cholera Video
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Lecture 13: A Study of the Works of Jamaica Kinkaid Video
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Lecture 14: Nicolas Guillen's Poetry Video
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Lecture 15: Spanish Poet Pablo Neruda Video
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Lecture 16: Octavio Paz Video
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Lecture 17: The Literature of Australian and Aboriginal Culture Video
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Lecture 18: Isolation of Australian Literature Video
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Lecture 19: Literature of New Zealand Video
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Lecture 20: Student Presentations Video
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Lecture 21: Student Presentations (continued) Video
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Lecture 22: One World of Literature:  Closing Thoughts Video
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