Aim of this course is to introduce students to the literary genre of poetry and to the main critical vocabulary used in its analysis. Students will practice how to approach a poem and how to construct a valid interpretation both in oral and in written form considering critical concepts like the speaker, persona(e), tone, poetic metaphor, rhythm & meter, imagery, typography, etc. Moreover, students will be expected to be familiar with the poems analyzed in class each time and to take active part in class-discussions. Class attendance in this Workshop is mandatory. Expected learning outcomes: ĽFamiliarization of students with basic skills in the close reading of poetry ĽFamiliarization with the basic critical terminology used in the analysis of poetry ĽAbility to compose an argumentative essay, providing a thesis and relevant textual evidence Recommended Bibliography? Items listed on the Course Outline Distribution of Course Outline with thematic units and exam material? YES Distribution of textbook: Course booklet with selected poems Distribution of related bibliography: ┴vailable on Reserve in the library Assessment methods: ¤ne mid-term exam, one take-home essay, and a final exam.
|Winter||a||Friday||08:30||11:00||01 Ý..||PATRONA THEODORA|
|Winter||b||Thursday||16:00||18:30||01 Ý..||Schoina Maria|
|Spring||a||Friday||08:30||11:00||01 Ý..||PATRONA THEODORA|
|Spring||b||Friday||18:30||21:00||01 Ý..||Tsikopoulou Maria-Virginia|