AP/CH4300 6.0 A: Classical Chinese Fiction
Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite
Examines major developments in traditional Chinese fiction. Selected works written in classical and vernacular language that represent a variety of narrative forms. The literary approach focuses on plot construction, characterization, narrative stance, techniques of conveying meaning, and historical and cultural connotations. Prerequisites: AP/CH 3000 6.00, AP/CH 3010 6.00, or any 3000-level Chinese literature course or permission of the department.
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