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SYLLABUS FOR CPLT 324-WEDNESDAY, CSU FULLERTON FALL 2005
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<p align="center">Email | Home | Syllabus | Policies | Questions | Presentations
Journals | Paper | Final | Blogs | Audio | Guides | Links</p>


<p><b>Note:</b> all links have been removed from this archival copy, but the author questions (bundled according to subject/period) and study guides referenced below can be found in relevant sections of the <b>Resource Gallery</b>. Instructions pages for journals, presentations, etc. were similar to those available in my current courses. MP3 audio of class sessions for selected courses is still available in the <b>Audio Archive</b>. My blog entries for most courses are available from the <b>Blogs Index</b>.</p>


<p><b>Course Information.</b> Comparative Literature 324, Course Code 11625. Wednesday 7:00-9:45, Location El Toro (i.e. Irvine) Branch, Room 202. Office hrs: 6:00-7:00 259, x1791. Cplt324_at_ajdrake.com. Catalog: "Prerequisites: junior or senior standing and completion of any literature course from General Education Category III.B.2. Asian and Western literature from the beginning to 1650.Units: (3)." I will use +/- grading.</p>

<p><b>Required Texts (At Little Professor Bookstore)</b></p>

<p>Lawall, Sarah, ed. <em>The Norton Anthology of World Literature.</em> 2nd edition. Volume 1ABC. New York: WW Norton, 2002. ISBN A = 0393977552, B = 0393977560, C = 0393977579.</p>

<p><b>Turning in Journals/Papers:</b> Email assignments as Word/WP attachments. Email them <em>separately</em> — i.e. send one email with your term paper attached, and four separate emails for the four journal sets. Label subject lines appropriately: "CPLT324-W Smith Journal Set 1," etc. Copy-and-paste is okay for journal sets.</p>


<p><b>Course Policies.</b> Please review early in the semester.</p>

<p><b>Presentations Requirement.</b> Undergraduates will sign up for three 3-5-minute informal presentations (graduates 7-10 minute). On the first day, students will choose authors; I will add specific questions and post a schedule at Requirements / Presentations. Each session will feature several presentations, my comments, and class-wide discussion. Before presenting, contact me to discuss your ideas. After presenting, post a version to your blog: see Communicate! / Blog, Create. (Name the blog CPLT324-W Last Name, First, as in "CPLT324-W Garcia, Anna.") 25%. See Creating and Using a Blog.</p>

<p><b>Journals Requirement.</b> Responses to a choice of questions on each author. Due in class Weeks 4, 8, 12, exam day. Electronic format strongly suggested. 25%.</p>

<p><b>Term Paper Requirement.</b> Rough draft suggested, final draft (5-7 pages u-grad, 10-15 grad) due by exam day. Follow MLA guidelines. Graduate papers should respond to primary texts and secondary criticism; for undergraduates research is optional. Suggested: see "Guides" in the "Resources" menu section. 25%.</p>

<p><b>Final Exam Requirement.</b> The exam will consist of substantive id passages, short questions requiring 1- or 2-paragraph responses, and one comparative essay. There will be more choices than required responses. Books and notes allowed for all sections. Exam date TBD. 25%.</p>

<p><b>Site Features:</b> Contact Instructor | Subscribe to News | View Your Files | Set Preferences | View All Blogs | Create Your Blog | Post to Your Blog | View Forum | Chat/Virtual Office | MP3 Audio | Instructor's Blogs | View Guides | Quizzes | Offsite Links</p>

<p><b>Questions:</b> Gilgamesh | Homer | Sophocles | Classic | Confucius | Chou | New Testament | Augustine | Mahabharata | Bhagavad | 1001 Nights | Dante | Shonagon | Kenko | Motokiyo & Nobumitsu | Petrarch | Erasmus | Machiavelli | Rabelais | Montaigne | Vega | Codex | Cantares | Popol Vuh | Shakespeare</p>


<p><strong>SCHEDULE: WE WILL DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING WORKS ON THE DATES INDICATED</b></p>


<h3>WEEK 1</h3>

<p>08/24. Introduction to class.</p>

<h3>WEEK 2</h3>

<p>08/31. <em>Epic of Gilgamesh</em> (10-41).</p>

<h3>WEEK 3</h3>

<p>09/07. Homer. <em>The Odyssey,</em> Books 1-4, 9-12 (pages 225-78; 319-76).</p>

<h3>WEEK 4</h3>

<p>09/14. Sophocles. <em>Antigone</em> (658-93). Journal Set 1 Due.</p>

<h3>WEEK 5</h3>

<p>09/21. Classic of Poetry, Confucius, Chuang Chou. Confucius' <em>The Analects</em> (820-31) . <em>The Classic of Poetry</em> (812-20). Chuang Chou (832-58).</p>

<h3>WEEK 6</h3>

<p>09/28. <em>The New Testament,</em> Saint Augustine. <em>New Testament</em> selections from <em>Luke</em> and <em>Matthew</em> (1206-21). Augustine's <em>Confessions</em> (1121-49).</p>

<h3>WEEK 7</h3>

<p>10/05. <em>The Mahabharata</em> (953-1001) and <em>The Bhagavad-Gita</em> (1002-1031).</p>

<h3>WEEK 8</h3>

<p>10/12. <em>The Thousand and One Nights</em> (1566-1618). Journal Set 2 Due.</p>

<h3>WEEK 9</h3>

<p>10/19. Dante Alighieri. <em>Inferno</em> from <em>The Divine Comedy</em> (1815-1942). </p>

<h3>WEEK 10</h3>

<p>10/26. Dante Alighieri. <em>Inferno</em> from <em>The Divine Comedy</em> (1815-1942). </p>

<h3>WEEK 11</h3>

<p>11/02. Sei Shonagon, Yoshida Kenko, Zeami Motokiyo, K.K. Nobumitsu. Shonagon's <em>The Pillow Book</em> (2270-2300). Kenko's <em>Essays in Idleness</em> (2326-2342). Motokiyo's <em>Atsumori</em> (2350-55) and <em>Haku Rakuten</em> (2356-61), Nobumitsu's <em>Dojoji</em> (2361-70).</p>

<h3>WEEK 12</h3>

<p>11/09. Francis Petrarch, Desiderius Erasmus, Niccolo Machiavelli. Petrarch's "Letter" and <em>Sonnets</em> (2476-90). Erasmus' <em>In Praise of Folly</em> (2490-2517). Machiavelli's <em>The Prince</em> (2517-34). Journal Set 3 Due.</p>

<h3>WEEK 13</h3>

<p>11/16. Fran├žois Rabelais, Michel de Montaigne. Rabelais' <em>Gargantua and Pantagruel</em> (2591-2631). Montaigne's <em>Essays</em> (2632-70).</p>

<h3>WEEK 14</h3>

<p>11/23. Holiday Recess. No classes.</p>

<h3>WEEK 15</h3>

<p>11/30. Lope de Vega. <em>Fuente Ovejuna</em> (2783-2821). <em>Florentine Codex</em> (3070-73), <em>Cantares Mexicanos</em> (3073-76), <em>Popol Vuh</em> (3076-92).</p>

<h3>WEEK 16</h3>

<p>12/07. William Shakespeare. <em>Hamlet</em> (2821-2918).</p>

<h3>FINAL EXAM</h3>

<p>Final Exam Date Wed. Dec. 14, 7:30 - 9:20 p.m. Also due: Journal Set 4 and Term Paper. (I must turn in grades by Tuesday, January 3rd, 2006.)</p>


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SYLLABUS FOR CPLT 324-WEDNESDAY, CSU FULLERTON FALL 2005
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<p align="center">Image </p>

<p align="center">Email | Home | Syllabus | Policies | Questions | Presentations
Journals | Paper | Final | Blogs | Audio | Guides | Links</p>


<p><b>Note:</b> all links have been removed from this archival copy, but the author questions (bundled according to subject/period) and study guides referenced below can be found in relevant sections of the <b>Resource Gallery</b>. Instructions pages for journals, presentations, etc. were similar to those available in my current courses. MP3 audio of class sessions for selected courses is still available in the <b>Audio Archive</b>. My blog entries for most courses are available from the <b>Blogs Index</b>.</p>


<p><b>Course Information.</b> Comparative Literature 324, Course Code 11625. Wednesday 7:00-9:45, Location El Toro (i.e. Irvine) Branch, Room 202. Office hrs: 6:00-7:00 259, x1791. Cplt324_at_ajdrake.com. Catalog: "Prerequisites: junior or senior standing and completion of any literature course from General Education Category III.B.2. Asian and Western literature from the beginning to 1650.Units: (3)." I will use +/- grading.</p>

<p><b>Required Texts (At Little Professor Bookstore)</b></p>

<p>Lawall, Sarah, ed. <em>The Norton Anthology of World Literature.</em> 2nd edition. Volume 1ABC. New York: WW Norton, 2002. ISBN A = 0393977552, B = 0393977560, C = 0393977579.</p>

<p><b>Turning in Journals/Papers:</b> Email assignments as Word/WP attachments. Email them <em>separately</em> — i.e. send one email with your term paper attached, and four separate emails for the four journal sets. Label subject lines appropriately: "CPLT324-W Smith Journal Set 1," etc. Copy-and-paste is okay for journal sets.</p>


<p><b>Course Policies.</b> Please review early in the semester.</p>

<p><b>Presentations Requirement.</b> Undergraduates will sign up for three 3-5-minute informal presentations (graduates 7-10 minute). On the first day, students will choose authors; I will add specific questions and post a schedule at Requirements / Presentations. Each session will feature several presentations, my comments, and class-wide discussion. Before presenting, contact me to discuss your ideas. After presenting, post a version to your blog: see Communicate! / Blog, Create. (Name the blog CPLT324-W Last Name, First, as in "CPLT324-W Garcia, Anna.") 25%. See Creating and Using a Blog.</p>

<p><b>Journals Requirement.</b> Responses to a choice of questions on each author. Due in class Weeks 4, 8, 12, exam day. Electronic format strongly suggested. 25%.</p>

<p><b>Term Paper Requirement.</b> Rough draft suggested, final draft (5-7 pages u-grad, 10-15 grad) due by exam day. Follow MLA guidelines. Graduate papers should respond to primary texts and secondary criticism; for undergraduates research is optional. Suggested: see "Guides" in the "Resources" menu section. 25%.</p>

<p><b>Final Exam Requirement.</b> The exam will consist of substantive id passages, short questions requiring 1- or 2-paragraph responses, and one comparative essay. There will be more choices than required responses. Books and notes allowed for all sections. Exam date TBD. 25%.</p>

<p><b>Site Features:</b> Contact Instructor | Subscribe to News | View Your Files | Set Preferences | View All Blogs | Create Your Blog | Post to Your Blog | View Forum | Chat/Virtual Office | MP3 Audio | Instructor's Blogs | View Guides | Quizzes | Offsite Links</p>

<p><b>Questions:</b> Gilgamesh | Homer | Sophocles | Classic | Confucius | Chou | New Testament | Augustine | Mahabharata | Bhagavad | 1001 Nights | Dante | Shonagon | Kenko | Motokiyo & Nobumitsu | Petrarch | Erasmus | Machiavelli | Rabelais | Montaigne | Vega | Codex | Cantares | Popol Vuh | Shakespeare</p>


<p><b>SCHEDULE: WE WILL DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING WORKS ON THE DATES INDICATED</b></p>


<h3>WEEK 1</h3>

<p>08/24. Introduction to class.</p>

<h3>WEEK 2</h3>

<p>08/31. <em>Epic of Gilgamesh</em> (10-41).</p>

<h3>WEEK 3</h3>

<p>09/07. Homer. <em>The Odyssey,</em> Books 1-4, 9-12 (pages 225-78; 319-76).</p>

<h3>WEEK 4</h3>

<p>09/14. Sophocles. <em>Antigone</em> (658-93). Journal Set 1 Due.</p>

<h3>WEEK 5</h3>

<p>09/21. Classic of Poetry, Confucius, Chuang Chou. Confucius' <em>The Analects</em> (820-31) . <em>The Classic of Poetry</em> (812-20). Chuang Chou (832-58).</p>

<h3>WEEK 6</h3>

<p>09/28. <em>The New Testament,</em> Saint Augustine. <em>New Testament</em> selections from <em>Luke</em> and <em>Matthew</em> (1206-21). Augustine's <em>Confessions</em> (1121-49).</p>

<h3>WEEK 7</h3>

<p>10/05. <em>The Mahabharata</em> (953-1001) and <em>The Bhagavad-Gita</em> (1002-1031).</p>

<h3>WEEK 8</h3>

<p>10/12. <em>The Thousand and One Nights</em> (1566-1618). Journal Set 2 Due.</p>

<h3>WEEK 9</h3>

<p>10/19. Dante Alighieri. <em>Inferno</em> from <em>The Divine Comedy</em> (1815-1942). </p>

<h3>WEEK 10</h3>

<p>10/26. Dante Alighieri. <em>Inferno</em> from <em>The Divine Comedy</em> (1815-1942). </p>

<h3>WEEK 11</h3>

<p>11/02. Sei Shonagon, Yoshida Kenko, Zeami Motokiyo, K.K. Nobumitsu. Shonagon's <em>The Pillow Book</em> (2270-2300). Kenko's <em>Essays in Idleness</em> (2326-2342). Motokiyo's <em>Atsumori</em> (2350-55) and <em>Haku Rakuten</em> (2356-61), Nobumitsu's <em>Dojoji</em> (2361-70).</p>

<h3>WEEK 12</h3>

<p>11/09. Francis Petrarch, Desiderius Erasmus, Niccolo Machiavelli. Petrarch's "Letter" and <em>Sonnets</em> (2476-90). Erasmus' <em>In Praise of Folly</em> (2490-2517). Machiavelli's <em>The Prince</em> (2517-34). Journal Set 3 Due.</p>

<h3>WEEK 13</h3>

<p>11/16. Francois Rabelais, Michel de Montaigne. Rabelais' <em>Gargantua and Pantagruel</em> (2591-2631). Montaigne's <em>Essays</em> (2632-70).</p>

<h3>WEEK 14</h3>

<p>11/23. Holiday Recess. No classes.</p>

<h3>WEEK 15</h3>

<p>11/30. Lope de Vega. <em>Fuente Ovejuna</em> (2783-2821). <em>Florentine Codex</em> (3070-73), <em>Cantares Mexicanos</em> (3073-76), <em>Popol Vuh</em> (3076-92).</p>

<h3>WEEK 16</h3>

<p>12/07. William Shakespeare. <em>Hamlet</em> (2821-2918).</p>

<h3>FINAL EXAM</h3>

<p>Final Exam Date Wed. Dec. 14, 7:30 - 9:20 p.m. Also due: Journal Set 4 and Term Paper. (I must turn in grades by Tuesday, January 3rd, 2006.)</p>


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