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Advanced Language Practice - U912-311
A fourth-year composition and grammar course, emphasizing grammatical subtleties, translation, and original composition. You will consider lexical items and their subtleties, as drawn from short literary texts.
Provided By: UW-Extension


CLASSIC-170: Classical Mythology - 25852
A survey of Classical myths in the written sources and in artistic representations.
Provided by: UW-Milwaukee

COMPLIT-133: Contemporary Imagination in Literature and the Arts - 20243
Introduction to comparative literature, focusing on the study of world literatures and their relations to other arts, and to cultural and social currents.
Provided by: UW-Milwaukee

COMPLIT-135: Experiencing Literature in the 21st Century - 25840
Critical study of literary forms (e.g. romance, comedy, short story) and their connections with other arts and media, such as cinema, TV, and music.
Provided by: UW-Milwaukee

COMPLIT-135: Experiencing Literature in the 21st Century - 21392
Critical study of literary forms (e.g. romance, comedy, short story) and their connections with other arts and media, such as cinema, TV, and music.
Provided by: UW-Milwaukee

COMPLIT-231: Literature and Religion - 25922
A close study of the interrelationship of literature and religion across a wide historical spectrum.
Provided by: UW-Milwaukee

COMPLIT-233: Literature and Film - 25841
Themes, styles, and ideology in cinematic and literary texts.
Provided by: UW-Milwaukee

COMPLIT-309: Great Works of Modern Literature - 25469
Literature of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, with emphasis on theme, movement, trend, genre, or mode.
Provided by: UW-Milwaukee

COMPLIT-820: Translation Theory - 26090
The role of translation in the development of languages, cultures, and societies; cultural and ideological forces shaping translations; contemporary theories of translation.
Provided by: UW-Milwaukee

Classical Mythology - U244-370
The Greeks were a great mythopoeic people, in dramatic contrast to the Romans, who contributed to classical myth largely by adapting and revising the Greek heritage to fit in with...
Provided By: UW-Extension


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