CLCV 220 W - Origins of Western Literature - Animals in Literature
Origins and development of selected major genres in Western literature, emphasizing the relationship between classical representatives and their modern successors. Course Information: Same as CWL 220. May be repeated as topic varies.
Topic: A selection of literary texts from Greece. Rome and the subsequent Western tradition in which animals are protagonists or narrators. Readings from Plutarch, Ovid, Apuleius; Anna Sewell's Black Beauty; Jack London's Call of the Wild. We conclude by looking beyond the Western tradition to Native American texts, including Louise Erdrich's The Antelope Wife. Mix of asynchronous and synchronous meetings.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate