University of Toronto

Graduate Department of English

ENG5520Y: Narrative, Narratology, and Modernist Fiction

(1997-1998)



Professor Melba Cuddy-Keane

Office

MWF:

H518, Division of Humanities,

Scarborough Campus

tel. 287-7162

 

Tues.:

Rm. 2217, Dept. of English,

St. George Campus

tel. 946-3685

 email: mcuddy@chass.utoronto.ca
 

Course Description:

This course will combine a study of selected works of Modernist fiction with readings in narrative theory from the early twentieth century to the present. Some objectives will be: to study the emergence of narrative theory in the Modernist period; to consider the way the meaning of "Modernism" was produced through later critical and theoretical studies; to examine potential applications of current narrative theory to Modernist fiction; to reexamine Postmodernist constructions of Modernism as Postmodernism's "Other"; to examine potentials for computerized analysis of Modernist texts; to examine the significance, to narratological studies, of feminist and cultural critique.

Course Discussion Topics

Electronic Texts:

University of Toronto English Library

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Resource Materials

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