Offers a detailed study of three outstanding 20th-century authors, Mauriac, Sartre and Camus, who remain highly relevant to contemporary thinking. The unit raises issues such as the quest for authenticity, the oppressiveness of traditional structures and the call to involvement in the existential struggle. Each author is studied within his historical and cultural setting.
|Unit name||The French Novel (1900 - 1950)|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law & Education
School of Humanities
|Discipline||Global Cultures and Languages|
|Available as student elective?||No|
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|Teaching Pattern||2x1-hr seminars weekly|
|Assessment||Tutorial presentation and 500-word paper in French (20%), 1,500-word essay in French (30%), 3-hr exam (50%)|
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