Lit 1225 H Interpersonal Relationship In Literature Honors
Interpersonal Relationships in Literature offers the student s unabridged selections of literature that demonstrate a variety of values and roles people play in relationships. Students are required to read the following: “The Aeneid,” “Orestria Trilogy,” Sketches from a Hunter’s Album, Two Hussars, The Sound and the Fury, Introduction to Psychoanalysis, Catcher in the Rye, “The Rape of the Lock,” A Passage to India, The Assistant or The Natural, The Mill on the Floss, and “King Lear.” This reading list includes classic literature by Vergil, Aeschylus, Aristophanes, Faulkner, Freud, Stevenson, and others. Students will evaluate and discuss the selections to gather deeper insights into their relationship with the outside world. Lectures cover various viewpoints of personal interaction in several writing types: epics, poetry, short stories, novels, and dramas, so students are able to understand motivation and character.
- Publication Date
- Jul 26, 2017
- Education & Language
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- By (author): Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy