Wilfrid Laurier University Part Time, Online and Continuing Studies Calendar - Fall/Winter 2006/2007
Canadian Excellence

FR336
Myth and Alienation in French-Canadian Literature Prior to 1960
0.50 Credits

This course is an anthropological and socio-cultural study of the prose and poetry of selected authors from New France to the "Révolution Tranquille." It considers the formation of a specific and national literature through the conflicts between the classical and clerical order of the Past, the influences of the Present and the promises of the Future.

Additional Course Information
Prerequisites
FR231 and one of FR236, FR237, or permission of the department.
 
Offerings
Location Course # Access/Details
Waterloo Campus FR336 T,R - 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. - Fall Term