LIT 331 - World Literature II - Elliot

Instructor: Dr. Norbert Elliot

Course Description: Literature 331 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--grouped geographically by region. Course readings represent the following regions: Europe, Asia, and Africa and the Middle East. A second course, Literature 330, covers the literature of North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Australia and Oceania.

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Lecture 01: An Introduction to World Literature II Video
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Lecture 02: Writing About World Literature Video
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Lecture 03: The Literature of Europe Video
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Lecture 04: European Poetry Video
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Lecture 05: Russian Fiction Video
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Lecture 06: Eastern European Fiction a Fictitious Family Video
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Lecture 07: Friedrich Durrenmatt Video
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Lecture 08: Italo Calvino Video
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Lecture 09: Introduction to Asia Video
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Lecture 10: Ku Xun Video
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Lecture 11: Ding Ling Video
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Lecture 12: Yukio Mishima Video
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Lecture 13: Pramoedya Ananta Toer Video
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Lecture 14: Mahasweta Devi Video
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Lecture 15: Introduction to Africa and the Middle East Video
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Lecture 16: Chinua Achebe Video
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Lecture 17: A New Tradition: African and Arabic Literature Video
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Lecture 18: Ngugi Wa Thiong Video
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Lecture 19: An Overview of Contemporary Israeli Literature Video
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Lecture 20: Course Conclusion Video
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