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GERM 3020 - Myth and Fairy Tales in Germany F (1-0) [0.50]

The course explores the role of mythology, fairy tales and legends in German literature and culture of the late 18th and 19th centuries. Topics may include the formation of a national identity, the allegorical fairy tale and its role in Romanticism, women and the fairy tale, the fairy tale and the socialization of children (incl. Disney), romantic mythology in music, art and literature. Authors may include Goethe, Brothers Grimm, ETA Hoffman, Wagner. Lectures and texts are English. Students registered in GERM*3020 will meet a fourth hour per week to discuss texts in German. This course is offered in conjunction with HUMN*3020. (Offered in even-numbered years.)