學期別: 1002 課程名稱: 0402380 文學作品讀法(下)
一、課程目標Course objectives:
This course is an introduction to the study of literature and as such is dedicated to the establishment of a knowledge of technique and form as well as a strong vocabulary of literary terms. This course aims to help students reinforce the skills of reading literary texts. We will emphasize reading works in different contexts—authorial, historical, cultural and critical—in order to help students learn to enjoy reading literature.
二、師生晤談時間及地點Instructor office hours:
Tue 15:10 -17:00 by appt
三、授課方式Teaching approach:
reading, writing and criticism
四、評量方式Grading criteria:
Participation 20%
Quizzes 25%
Mid-term exam 25%
Final exam 30%
五、參考書目Textbook & references:
Required text:
Norton Introduction to Literature (Shorter Tenth Edition)
Reference:
Abrams, M. H. A Glossary of Literary Terms.
六、教學進度(週次、授課主題、教學活動、評量方式/作業、章節)
Course schedule (week, topic, activities, evaluation/assignment, text, etc.):
第1週:Kincaid, “Girl” (116-17)
第2週:Ha, “In Broad Daylight” (153-61)
第3週:theme (251-53) García Márquez, “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings” (271-76) Kawabata, “The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket” (290-93)
第4週:Chopin, “The Story of an Hour” (353-54)quiz 1
第5週:Faulkner, “A Rose for Emily” (391-98)
第6週:Bambara, “Gorilla, My Love” (449-53) Beattie, “Janus” (453-57)
第7週:XXX
第8週:Welty, “Why I Live at the P.O.” (593-602)
第9週:Joyce, “Araby” (503-7) mid-term exam 自評1
第10週:drama (1070-73) Glaspell, Trifles (1073-77)
第11週:Glaspell, Trifles (1078-82) elements of drama (1125-29)
第12週:stages, sets and setting (1129-35) Beckett, Act Without Words I (1404-07)
第13週:quiz 2critical contexts (1490-92)
第14週:Sophocles, Antigone (1492-1500)
第15週:   "            (1501-09)
第16週:   "            (1510-18)
第17週:    "            (1519-24) Richard C. Jebb’s criticism (1524-25) 自評2
第18週:Final exam

七、TA協助事項Teaching Assistant tasks:

八、備註Remarks:
This course is designed for group discussion, offering students greater opportunity to express and exchange their own ideas than lectures allow. Students should arrive at class having read the work assigned and prepared to talk about it: mere attendance is not synonymous with participation.