Japanese Textual Analysis

EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES & CULTURES 464

This course introduces the advanced student of Japanese to a variety of prose narratives in the modern language. Readings, which include literary texts and topical essays on aspects of Japanese society and culture, reflect the needs and interests of the enrolled students. Focus is on close reading and syntactic analysis of the selected texts. Regular translation exercises gauge the mastery of grammar, syntax, and idiomatic usages. All readings are in Japanese, with class discussion conducted predominantly in English. A final translation project, to be chosen by the student in consultation with the instructor, is required. Undergraduates enroll in the 400-level section; 500-level section is for graduate students only. Prerequisite: L05 458 or permission of instructor.
Course Attributes: EN H; AS LCD

Section 01

Japanese Textual Analysis
INSTRUCTOR: Poletto
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