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JAPNĀ 420 Advanced Readings in Japanese: Fiction and Nonfiction

Faculty: Suttmeier, World Languages and Literatures Faculty
Content: Advanced readings in Japanese fiction and nonfiction to familiarize students with a range of literary styles. Excerpts from contemporary writers, which may include essays and short fiction from Kawabata, Murakami, Tanizaki, others. Emphasis on close reading, analytical writing, detailed discussion of the texts. Topics vary from year to year. With consent of instructor, may be taken twice for credit.
Prerequisites: JAPN 320 or equivalent.
Usually offered: Annually, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.