Comparative Arts and Letters
 

Introduction to Literary Analysis and Comparative Literature

Introduction to Literary Analysis and Comparative Literature
Methods of literary analysis, emphasizing basic issues of comparative literature and prosody and other problems related to foreign language texts.
CMLIT
310
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesReading knowledge of at least one foreign language.
 TaughtFall
 ProgramsContaining CMLIT 310
Course Outcomes: 

Comparative Literature History

Show an understanding of the history of the discipline.

Comparative Literature Theory

Articulate major theories of Comparative Literature as an academic discipline.

Research Methodologies and Tools

Explain and use methodological tools, including library research.

Multilingual Explication

Show an ability to closely explicate literary texts in at least two languages.

Critical Thinking and Fallacies

Demonstrate knowledge of the canons of critical thinking, and a grasp of fundamental thinking fallacies.