Readings in the Novel|
Spring 2009 not offered
In survey courses on the contemporary novel, the works of major authors are often sampled, but their longer, more demanding works are necessarily overlooked. This half course will enable students to read such novels and to develop a better sense of why and how they continue to matter.
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This year, the novelist is Thomas Pynchon. Usually, in survey courses, his short work, THE CRYING OF LOT 49, is read. We will read the longer, later work, GRAVITY'S RAINBOW.
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Frequent short papers, one longer final paper.
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If you are interested in this course and do not get in during registration, contact the instructor by e-mail or in person.
This course meets during the first half of the semester.
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