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CLAS 102 - Homer’s Odyssey and the Myths of Comedy


3 HU, WR
First Semester. Critical study of Homer’s Odyssey, the first example of the comic perspective in western literature, selected comic dramas by Euripides, Aristophanes, Plautus, Terence, and Shakespeare, and some modern films. Attention to how the view of human experience established in these works serves to reflect and comment upon recurring themes in western civilization. Lecture and discussion.

Prerequisites & Notes
Note: Open to those who have taken CLAS 100 or 206, but not both.
Enrollment Limit: 60.
Mr. Van Nortwick

Credits: 3 hours



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