454-3 to 6 SEMINAR. Selected topics in literature or literary criticism. May be repeated to a maximum of 6 hours provided no topic is repeated.
455-3 FRENCH DRAMA. Major and representative works.
456-3 SEMINAR ON WOMEN WRITERS. Fiction, non-fiction, drama, and poetry. Taught in English. For credit in FL, term paper written in French.
457-3 AFRICAN AND CARIBBEAN LITERATURE OF FRENCH EXPRESSION. Literature of various French-speaking nations. Taught in English. For credit in FL, term paper written in French.
461-3 FRENCH STYLISTICS. Writing style: application of stylistics to development of skill in written expression. Advanced work in principles of grammar and composition. Prerequisite: 6 hours of FR 300-level courses.
491-3 to 6 CULTURAL AND LANGUAGE WORKSHOP. Comparative or contrastive linguistics, advanced methodology and techniques. In-depth study of foreign cultures, travel-study abroad. Supervised projects in foreign studies. May be repeated to a maximum of 6 hours provided no topic is repeated. Prerequisite: advanced or graduate standing.
499-3 READINGS IN FRENCH. Selected areas of language, literature, and culture. Individual work or small groups supervised by one or more members of French faculty. Prerequisite: senior standing and consent of instructor.
551-3 SEMINAR ON A SELECTED FRENCH AUTHOR. Intensive study of one author. May be repeated once for a total of 6 hours provided authors vary. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
552-3 FRENCH NOVEL OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Representative works by authors such as Gide, Proust, Mauriac, Camus, Malraux, and Beauvoir. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
553-3 ROMANTICISM. Representative works by such authors as Lamartine, Hugo, Flaubert, and Stendhal. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
554-3 REALISM. Representative works of 19 th century authors such as Balzac, Zola. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
555-3 MEDIEVAL FRENCH LITERATURE. Chanson de Roland, epics, romances, fabliaux; lyric poetry, drama. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
556-3 FRENCH LITERATURE OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. The Age of Classicism. Prerequisite: graduate standing.