[RUSS 250] 19th-Century Russian Literature in Translation


An examination of the development of 19th-century Russian literature as it moved away from its adherence to the essentially Western models of the Neo-Classical and Romantic periods toward the so-called “Golden Age” of Russian realism. In the 19th century, Russian literature emerged as an original, independent movement, characterized by profound ethical questioning and moral awareness and concerned with issues of conscience and responsibility. Authors studied include Pushkin, Gogol, Lermontov, Turgenev, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and Chekhov.

Course Title

19th-Century Russian Literature in Translation

Course Code

RUSS 250

Units

1

Fulfills Domain/Capstone Requirements

5T

Notes

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