UGRD > FRENCH > 150G
Self and Other in French Literature
A study of individual identity within communities of other selves, through close reading and analysis of literary works by major modern French writers (Gide, Mauriac, Camus, Sartre). These works represent a broad range of viewpoints, from atheist to agnostic to believer. The essential human questions they pose challenge students to re-examine their own education, beliefs, and actions. All readings are in English.