Comparative Literature 153: “International Cultures: Film and Literature”
Dr. Thomas Jay Lynn * Penn State Berks * Fall 2015 * MWF 12:00-12:50
Franco 101 * Office Meeting Period MWF 1:15-2:15
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Office: 117 Franco * Office Phone: (610) 396-6298 * E-mail: TJL7@PSU.EDU
Please note: This syllabus and various other course documents (including essay guidelines) will be posted online at our ANGEL course site.
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What You Will Do in CMLIT 153, “International Cultures: Film and Literature,” Fall 2015
➢ Read, think, and write deeply about four international films and four related novels. Keeping up with the assigned reading and completing reading assignments prior to the appropriate classes are vital components of a successful course. In additional careful consideration and thoughtful responses to the four films that you will view are essential. Please be proactive by preparing for each appropriate class at least one specific and thoughtful question or observation about the current film and at least one for the current novel. Sharing these