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FRENĀ 350 Topics in French and Francophone Literature

Faculty: Brand, DeMarte, Robinson Kelly
Content: Special topic pertaining to prominent issues of French and/or Francophone literature. Topic will vary and may include the study of a genre, literary movement, historical period, or theme. Possible topics include medieval romance, the lives of saints, the Renaissance, epistolarity, theatre, gender studies, traditional oral literature, existentialism, film studies. Linguistic and literary proficiency practiced through extensive oral and written work. May be taken twice for credit with change of topic.
Prerequisites: FREN 321 or equivalent.
Usually offered: Annually, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.