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230313 Analysing and Interpreting British Literary Texts (S) (WiSe 2018/2019)

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This seminar will introduce first-year students to the basics of literary studies - the tools of the trade, as it were. Participants will be taught the terms and methods of analysis and interpretation of texts in the three main literary genres, poetry, drama and narrative. A reader with primary and secondary texts will be provided.

Students are strongly urged to make time for the tutorial, which offers support in the organization of studies, practices strategies of research and the formal requirements of academic work and repeats material presented in class.

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wöchentlich Do 16-18 H1 08.10.2018-01.02.2019
nicht am: 01.11.18

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- Two essays which display the basic principles of scholarly writing in terms of form, structure, and logical coherence (as outlined in Richard Aczel, How To Write an Essay, Klett 2007 & Joseph Gibaldi, MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 2009.)

- Active participation including careful preparation of the seminar texts, contributions to the class discussions, and either a final exercise sheet (Übung) or three shorter, intermediate ones, with a set of excercises and questions that have to be answered in a manner that shows that the course material has been read and worked through.

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