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The history of world literature, Grant L. Voth, Part 4

The history of world literature, Grant L. Voth, Part 4
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The history of world literature
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Grant L. Voth
In this course, you'll sample some of the greatest literary expressions the world has known and experience storytelling in its many forms, including poetry, drama, and narrative
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Part 4. Lecture 37: Joyce's Dubliners -- Lecture 38: Kafka's "The metamorphosis-- Lecture 39: Pirandello's Six characters -- Lecture 40: Brecht's The good woman of Setzuan -- Lecture 41: Anna Akhmatova's Requiem -- Lecture 42: Kawabata Yasunari's Snow country -- Lecture 43: Faulkner--Two stories and a novel -- Lecture 44: Naguib Mahfouz's The Cairo trilogy -- Lecture 45: Achebe's Things fall apart -- Lecture 46: Beckett's plays -- Lecture 47: Borges's Labyrinths -- Lecture 48: Rushdie's Haroun and the sea of stories
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