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Your request to send this item has been completed. Mutations of the picaresque paragigm from the 16 th century to the 20th century. Melville as well as by the Transcendental movement. This course will seek to use a case-study method to examine different aspects of American life that can qualify as political institutions.
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The lecturer intends to provide information related to the following aspects: The English romanticism the poets of the lakes, Byron, Shelley, Keats. American Cultural Studies VI: Composition; the suitcase words. Literary genre — general characteristics and formal differences; elements of narratology: Veronica Popescu Course objective: The melody and intonation.
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The European novel has actually lived modernism more than once, each time being perceived in a different way due to the different relationship with the existing tension between the dynamic tradition and the innovative tendency — a tension marked by the Freudian thinking and the existential philosophy.
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Be aware of the romantic phenomenon not just like an aesthetic movement, but as a cultural paradigm, as a European revolution at the end of the 19 th century. SA 41 Type of course: We will trace the emergence of various immigrant identities and subjectivities hyphenated, hybrid, transnational, and cosmopolitan, among others and pay close attention to the relation between literary form, style, and content.
The course, held in English, is meant to make first – year students, majoring or minoring in English, identify and articulate correctly the sounds and the intonation of English. Grammar and vocabulary essentials. The course studies the important moments, periods and personalities of American History starting with the beginning and the Puritan matrix. Special attention will be given to formative moments of American history and the development of regional cultural areas, as well as to the development of American government, education, religion and civic culture.