|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
|Credit points, number of lectures||
|E-courses||LitZ1065: General Literature I (Ancient Literature)|
Course provides knowledge and insight into the development of European literature form its beginnings. Special attention is given to ancient Greek and Roman literatures as a source of European aesthetical and literary assumptions. In observing the development of literature, innovative aspects are emphasized, concentrating on genres and authors.
Knowledge of terms of traditional poetics; comprehension of ancient literary traditions, genres and impact on further development of western literature. .
1.General review of the course. L2
2.Introduction into Greek and Roman culture.L2
3.Greek and Roman epic . L8
4.Ancient poetry. L8
5.Ancient theatre and drama. L8
6.Ancient prose. L2
7.Ancient literary theory. S2
|Requirements for obtaining credit points||
1)5 written tests – 75 % (each – 25%).
2) A written exam – 15 %.
3) Participation in seminar - 10%
|Study programmes||Baltic Philology|