Bryn Mawr College Calendar Volume 12, PT. 2

Bryn Mawr College Calendar Volume 12, PT. 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ... an associated minor. In the major Owing to the small number of students electing courses in German temporary arrangements will be made for instruction in the courses offered in Teutonic Philology. together with the associated minor the student must offer two seminaries and a journal club for three years. A list of approved independent minors is given in the Regulations of the Academic Council. Dr. Jessen conducts in each year the following graduate seminary: Seminary in German Literature. Two houre a week throughout the year. It U hoped that the students will become familiar in the seminary with the methods of scientific literary criticism and investigation. In 1918-19 the Romanticism of early modern German literature is studied in the seminary. In 1919-20 topics from the classical period of German literature will be studied. Alternative subjects of study will be Luther and the Humanists or Nietzsche. In 1920-21 Goethe will be the subject of study in the seminary. Dr. Jessen offers in 1918-19 and again in 1920-21 the following graduate courses: German Metrics. One hour a week during the firet semester. This course consists of lectures on Deutsche Metrik or Verelehre, with an introduction to phonetics, this being an indispensable Hilfswissenschaft for the study of German literature. German Poetics. One hour a week during the second semester. Lectures are given on Deutsche Poetik and Stilietik. Dr. Jessen offers in 1919-20 and again in 1921-22 the following graduate courses: German Literary Criticism. One hour a week during the first semester. The lectures trace the development of literary and aesthetic criticism in Germany from Leibniz to Schiller and Goethe. The course is comparative, and French and English literary criticisms are also...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 123685974X
  • 9781236859747