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Given by Members of the Department of Classics
MODERN GREEK (B.A.)Consult Department of Classics.
Minor program: R04111 (4 full courses or their equivalent)
For Distribution Requirement purposes, all MGR courses are classified as HUMANITIES courses.
NOTE The Department reserves the right to place students before OR during the academic session into the course appropriate to their language skills.
An intensive introduction to Modern Greek.
A course designed for students with some command of the language. Vocabulary building; study of grammar and syntax; compositional skills, leading to the study of a prose literary work.
Greek poetry 1830-1930. Selected readings from the poetry of Dionysios Solomos and others, up to Costas Karyotakis.
Greek prose from the end of the 19th century to 1930.
A survey of twentieth century Greek history to 1967, which provides the historical, political and social background to the study of Modern Greek literature and theatre. Especially designed for students who intend to take MGR351H/352H/357H. Readings in Greek and English. (Offered in alternate years)
Greek poetry from 1930 to the present. A seminar course based on the reading of whole works of modern Greek poets; comparison and contrast with classical and modern (non-Greek) poets. (Offered in alternate years)
Greek prose since 1930. (Offered in alternate years)
A seminar course based on the reading of representative dramatists of contemporary Greece. (Offered in alternate years)
MGR428Y/429Y Independent Study
MGR430H/431H Independent Study
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