Faculty of Arts


GERMAN 320

20th-Century German Literature


Description

This course will examine three key literary works against the backdrop of major cultural, social and political shifts in Germany during the 20th century. Two World Wars, the Weimar Republic, a divided and reunited Germany will be a special focus of the texts examined in this course. The first text examines masculine anxieties at the turn of the century, the second text, from a female perspective, explores the interwar years in Germany (Weimar Republic). Finally, the third text recalls the classical Greek myth of Cassandra and uses it as a commentary on censorship and marginalization in the GDR.

Assessment

Coursework only

Availability 2019

Not offered in 2019; planned for 2020

Lecturer(s)

TBA

Points

GERMAN 320: 15.0 points

Prerequisites

GERMAN 201

Restrictions

GERMAN 210


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