カリキュラム Curriculum 文学研究科MC ナンバリング Numbering
専攻 Major 英米文学 担当教員 Instructor トムキンソン フィオーナ(Fiona Tomkinson)
開講期 Semester 春学期(Spring semester) 開講時間帯 Day & time 木(Thu):2限
授業コード Code 番号 Number 503
科目種別/学科目 Course title 英米文学
<English and American Literature>
講義題目 Title Twentieth-Century British Fiction (1)
転用科目
コード(学部のみ)
Substitue for 英米文学・講義 単位 Credit 2
コースツリー/種別 Subject type 演習 受講年次 Grade
他学部
※空欄の場合は「不可」
となります。
  履修取り下げ制度 Course withdrawal 利用しない

※「欠席」と「F(不合格)」については、担当教員が定めた基準によります。
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  • カリキュラム
    Curriculum
    文学研究科MC
    ナンバリング
    Numbering
  • 専攻
    Major
    英米文学
    担当教員
    Instructor
    トムキンソン フィオーナ(Fiona Tomkinson)
  • 開講期
    Semester
    春学期(Spring semester)
    開講時間帯
    Day & time
    木(Thu):2限
  • 授業コード
    Code
    番号
    Number
    503
  • 科目種別/学科目
    Course title
    英米文学
    <English and American Literature>
    講義題目
    Title
    Twentieth-Century British Fiction (1)
  • 転用科目コード(学部のみ)
    Substitue for
    英米文学・講義
    単位
    Credit
    2
  • コースツリー/種別
    Subject type
    演習
    受講年次
    Grade
  • 他学部※空欄の場合は「不可」となります。
     
    履修取り下げ制度
    Course withdrawal
    利用しない

    ※「欠席」と「F(不合格)」については、担当教員が定めた基準によります。
  • 備考
    Others
履修条件・注意事項
Requirements for registration
The course will be taught in English. The instructor does not speak Japanese. It is recommended for students to read the set texts before the class and make a note of any points which they wish to be clarified.
授業の目的
Course purpose
Goals: To carry out an in-depth reading of some of the novels of Iris Murdoch and to improve students’ ability to communicate in English through a discussion of these novels. In the last two classes students will make presentations of the topic that they wish to develop into a term paper.
授業の内容・方法
Content
The course is an introduction to the work of Iris Murdoch, focusing on five of her
novels. Themes that we will engage with include reading Murdoch in terms of her
use of symbolism and intertextual allusion, including references to philosophy, Greek mythology, Romantic poetry and Japanese themes. We will also explore the relationship between Murdoch’s novels and the socio-political context in which they were written and the question of Murdoch’s moral philosophy.
The Schedule of Your Class
1:An introduction to Iris Murdoch and her work
2:Under the Net:: overview and relation to philosophy of language
3:Under the Net:: as Bildungsroman/Künstlerroman
4:The Bell: gender issues and sexuality
5:The Bell: mythical resonances
6: The Nice and the Good: the nature of guilt and redemption
7: The Nice and the Good: intertextuality and myth
8: The Black Prince: gender issues and sexuality
9: The Black Prince as Bildungsroman/Künstlerroman
10: The Black Prince: intertextuality and myth
11:The Book and the Brotherhood: the political significance of the novel
12: The Book and the Brotherhood: intertextuality and myth
13: The Book and the Brotherhood: relationship to Murdoch’s moral philosophy and
The Form of the Good
14: Student presentations
15: Student presentations
Regular Test
教科書・テキスト
Textbooks
Iris Murdoch, Under the Net (Penguin) , The Bell (Vintage Classics),
The Nice and the Good, ( Vintage Classics), The Black Prince (Vintage Classics), The Book and the Brotherhood (Vintage Classics)
参考書
References
Reading materials will be introduced by the instructor.
受講生の自宅学習
Preparation and review
It is recommended for students to read the set texts before the class and make a note of any points which they wish to be clarified.
成績評価の方法と基準
Evaluation
The course will be evaluated by a presentation (20%) and a final project (80%).
連絡方法
Contact information
Contact details: Room 208, North Wing, Liberal Arts and Sciences Building

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