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An examination of one major topic in French literature, with an emphasis on the significance of the specific topic in French literature in general. Topics may be organized around a major author or comparison of authors, an idea, a genre, a literary movement, or a critical approach, such as comparative approaches to humanism: Rabelais and Montaigne; comparison of the classicism of Corneille and Racine; literature and nationalism; existentialism; and the lyric voice. This course is taught in seminar format and designed not to be introductory in nature, but rather to explore a particular topic or theme intensively and creatively. Conducted in French. May be repeated for credit.
Prerequisite: FREN 340 or consent of instructor