|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
|Credit points, number of lectures||
|E-courses||LitZ1081: General Literature II (Western Literature)|
Course provides knowledge and insight into the development of the world, especially European, literature form Middle Ages until the XX century. In observing the development of Western literture, innovative aspects are emphasized, concentrating on authors, genres and movements.
Knowledge of terms of traditional western poetics; comprehension of western literary traditions and movements.
1.Characteristics of Medieval literary process.L2
2.The most vivid literary manifestations of the Renaissance.L4
3.Shakespeare’s creative work.L2
6.Creative work of Goethe.L2
7.Features and values of the Romantic world outlook.L4
8.Literature of realism.L2
9.Russian novel of XIX century.L2
10.Novel in naturalism.L2
11.Peculiarities of the development of short prose in the second half of XIX century.L2
12.Decadence and symbolism.L2
|Requirements for obtaining credit points||
1)3 written tests – 75 % (each – 25%).
2) A written exam – 25 %.
|Study programmes||Baltic Philology|