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FLIT 226: German Fairy Tales: Nationalism and Supernaturalism during the Romantic Era

Course Description

An introduction to the German fairy tale tradition. Students apply different theoretical perspectives to the study of fairy tales collected by the Grimm Brothers, analyze variations of the same tales produced in other countries and over a span of centuries, and learn about the significance that folk and art fairy tales held for German Romanticism.

  • Course subject: FLIT
  • Course number: 226
  • Credit hours: 3
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